AI NO DERRIDA

Saturday, 7 June 2014

Monday, 19 May 2014

Around the Folly and Down Hill out now

After 17 months I have finally got round to getting the new album out. Its available as CD and Download from BandcampI won't drone on about it here, as all the info etc is on Bandcamp, but must thank Jim Jupp for his advice and additional production which really did get me over the last hurdles with this release way back in December and January. Now to start thinking about doing another one sometime.

Sunday, 11 May 2014

Ice

I'm currently reading Anna Kavan's Ice and I think it's a novel that readers of this blog may enjoy if they haven't read it already. So far it is very haunting. See this article on it.

Monday, 28 April 2014

TV Trunk

Mr Jonny Trunk has put together this rather wonderful collection of BBC TV intros. Way to many intros to list here but great to see Read all about it, Dial M for Murder, On the Move and The Supernatural. It really is the perfect way to spend 30 mins.

Saturday, 26 April 2014

This is a record

A friend of mine recently picked this up and was kind enough to lend it to me for a read. I have to admit I was so envious when he showed this to me, it really is a very lovely Readers Digest Publication which I would love to own. Pages scanned I will now give this back to him with a tear in my eye.

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Clockwork Orchestra

I have to say, I think this is rather good :
Not sure if it's hauntological exactly, but I think people here may like it. Try the Belbury Poly sounding Mummer if you don't have time to listen to the whole thing.

Friday, 11 April 2014

'Tricorn: Controversy in Concrete'

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Tricorn 2014 Exhibition at Portsmouth City Museum 

An exhibition celebrating Portsmouth's Tricorn Centre.  Designed by Owen Luder & Rodney Gorden, built in 1966, demolished 2004.

On until 29th June at Portsmouth City Museum.

Best bits: one of the actual slit windows, a selection of original architectural drawings, a tasty watercolour by Gordon Cullen and - behind glass, annoyingly - a bunch of photos taken during the construction.  The ones that are visible are fantastic; I would commit murder to get a good look at the rest.

Interesting discovery: before the Central Library was built, they planned to stick it in the Tricorn.

(Above photos courtesy Claire Sambrook)

Wednesday, 2 April 2014

THAUMATROPE1


First release on new label THE CROOKED CIRCLE featuring Found 0bjects' The Soulless Party:

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Split 7": JEO / THE SOULLESS PARTY

CAGE SIDE
JEO - The Pavement Waltz

BIRD SIDE
THE SOULLESS PARTY - Tales from the Black Meadow (Main Theme)

Limited edition of 100 copies pressed on black vinyl, each individually hand numbered and hand stamped with two separate linocuts.
Includes thaumatrope postcard, photocopied insert and download code.

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THECROOKEDCIRCLE.TUMBLR.COM


Sunday, 30 March 2014

acid mist

Musical folly and miserable time-wasting spotify playlists from the lazy sod who (sometimes) brings you between channels. Click below. That is all.

Monday, 24 March 2014

Thursday, 13 March 2014

ICN, 1965


The International Council of Nurses' 13th annual congress in Frankfurt, 1965.  Look out for the kinky gloves!

Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Back to Buses...

After a small reminder from our friend Bollops, i have had a dig around the archives here at Soulless Central and found a few more golden oldies to satisfy the inner 'non' bus spotter within us..

Again, these are taken in and around my local area, so they are quite dear to me.

As a special treat, you'll find the first picture comes complete with a 'Ghost Sign' in the background and the final picture is of a very tunnel like bus shelter - I mean, who doesn't enjoy waiting for a bus? Enjoy with care...