Are there ghosts messing with Ladyhawke’s head? She talks to Jane McConnell about being skint, being famous and the paranornal. LADYHAWKE nicked her stage name from the title of the 1985 medieval fantasy film, and although professing to love cinema, she actually came across the word on her computer whilst she lived in Melbourne, Australia. … Continue reading Eyes Out For Ladyhawke: Interview
Bitch: In Praise Of Difficult Women Author: Elizabeth Wurtzel Published by: Quartet Books – £9.00 WRITTEN BY HARVARD’S coolest grad with an ego to match Sophia Loren’s, this book is a glorious manifesto, a collection of essays and ultimately a culmination of bitches past and neo-feminist present. Using her Generation X pessimism, Wurtzel fearlessly attacks … Continue reading Tough Femmes
MOHO is the Manchester headquarters for glorious indie and breakout club night This Feeling – one that the crowd wishes it could keep secret from everyone else. But really, there’s no way any we’re-so-obscure sh*t can rumble out when you’ve got HRH Noel and that Serge Pizzorno bloke from Kasabian, barking about how effing brilliant … Continue reading Seaside Riot – Moho, Manchester – 20/2/09 Gig Review
10,000 hits here! Thankyou! CHEERS YOU. Well over 10,000 readers already for this magazine and blog! Thank you SO MUCH for reading this random space on the internet, and do keep coming back for more – apologies for the lack of blogging these past two weeks, other responsibilities have taken precedent. But don’t ya fret, … Continue reading 10,000 hits here! Thankyou!
HERE WE GO AGAIN. Hallmark and Interflora’s favourite time of the year casts its ever-looming shadow to make all singletons and players feel lonely, or slightly empty, or both. Especially if they find they are devoid of disposable presents/surprise city break tickets/spa passes. (I heard that this was a thing?!) And especially if they openly … Continue reading Here Comes Another Valentines Compilation Album Again
Sitting in a musky dressing room, Blaine Harrison is playfully tapping with drumsticks whilst sporting his enviably effortless new wave haircut. Although you can only see one of his eyes through his mop, it is bright and piercing. And its true – he looks just like his dad. Although no longer a part of … Continue reading Blaine Harrison, Mystery Jets: Gig Interview