- Amazon brings one-hour Prime deliveries to London http://t.co/WG1wwTiXVl
- Washington Post encrypts the news http://t.co/lqxIkXbTom
- Yesterday “temporary staff shortages” (ie nice weather, so day off), today signalling problems London Bridge. Keep it up
- Yesterday “temporary staff shortages” (ie nice weather, so day off), today signalling problems London Bridge. Keep it up
- Shame, I like watching Müller.
- Müller’s lost it now, losing his nerve and serve. Shame. 4-1 Tsonga in the fifth set.
- BBC RB 3 Tsonga vs Müller.
- “the relationship between the BBC and successive governments since its creation in 1926 has been characterised by antagonism”
- via https://t.co/OxDcMHrOle “Cameron singles out BBC over Islamic State coverage”
- Apple stores in London, one of the world’s most diverse cities, do not stock international keyboards. No US, no European external keyboards.
- #nowplaying facd 144 - the durutti column’s «live in japan» album - «domo arigato». a lovely affair.
- Are those Glasto BBC presenters «excited» or not?
- “roboethics, lovotics, and teledildonics” - subjects discussed at last year’s “Love and Sex with Robots” symposium at Goldsmiths.
- “If something appears to have a soul, it has one”. Prof Hiroshi Ishiguro, robotics pioneer.
- - next: Oxford Street now and in five years?
- “A generation ago #Amsterdam resembled other cities. It changed through radical, consistent choices.” ht…
- Also doing the rounds this Norwegian warning 74 secs on the dangers of drinking and driving at sea: https://t.co/yWisaTz3bI
- “I Am Shelby Lynne”. One of my better CD purchases from when the silver disc age. ♫ http://t.co/6AVrzrYyXN
- I live on a different planet: «energetic headline set» (Guardian), «infectious enthuisasm» (NME). Guess you had to be there (and pissed).
Glasgow-based watch providers INSTRMNT launched late last year with the introduction of the INSTRMNT 01, a minimalistic watch that bears old school design elements and functionality. The cool thing about the brand is that they use one of the last remaining leather strap manufacturers in the Bavarian Forest. This particularity visual by INSTRMNT highlights how their watches are made, specifically zeroing in on the strap construction. Thick cuts of full calf leather are utilized, as the new range of wristwear now boasts fresh PVD coating and a Swiss Quartz Ronda 385H movement.
Upon checking out the video above, you can then shop INSTRMNT new collection online.
If you’re more of a digital watch fan, follow here to our recent guide on some of the best options for men.
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- http://t.co/4MDXjYCqSS New York escapee Richard Matt killed; David Sweat being pursued (CNN)
- greatly missed - John Peel.
- Cringeworthy. Flo & the Machine
- #OnThisDay 1939: The Good Soldier & Parade’s End author Ford Madox Ford passes away in France (© ) http://t.co…
- Glasto on telly, the whole thing just seems embarrassing. Motörhead even including a drum solo.
- Docking your boat the Norwegian way - http://t.co/ABi1kcvuSo
- Countries That Were Raided Or Settled By The Vikings Based On Modern Borders http://t.co/RMOdJxvNXQ http://t.co/S6jkXLLj…
- #nowplaying Eivind Aarset ♫ http://t.co/1xM9IH41YN
- Well, perfect until the second paragraph (John Foxx a true fool?), but then Morley was (and still is) always full of himself.
- Uber app will soon maybe track you 24/7, cry privacy warriors • The Register http://t.co/pjazgOC0Ce
- The paleo diet myth http://t.co/DEU4I0SqbD
- Sensible suggestion in the Standard today: scrap the polluting buses on Oxford Street and go electrical - tram or bus.
- Robert’s current BBC programmes on Napoleon could have done with an extra talking head or two.
- “I always thought Richard Evans spoke rubbish and now he’s confirmed that”. Historian Andrew Roberts on RE’s claim Blücher won Waterloo.
- Police robot duo storm Colorado house, end four-day siege: “enjoying celebratory doughnuts and battery charging” http://t.co/xxotWT3goO
- Apple Reverses Course, Will Pay Artists During Apple Music Free Trial http://t.co/FmJZCyfXDZ
- Kate Macintosh: one of Britain’s great unsung architects of social housing http://t.co/ABz5sYtu2r by
Wonderful collection of sites from Jimmy Atkinson at Fund Reference:
Thankfully there are a number of sites dedicated to conveying investment advice that is actually worthwhile. The exceptional sites listed below can serve as resources for those looking to invest wisely and gradually accumulate wealth.
- Big Picture: Barry Ritholtz remains one of the most insightful and honest financial commentators out there (as well as a tremendous source of morning reading).
- Bogleheads Forum: This free community of Bogleheads contains a massive amount of information on every topic imaginable, and is a great place to start for anyone looking to develop a greater understanding of investing.
- Coffeehouse Investor: This site is run by fee-only advisor Bill Schultheis, who is guided by the ideathat investors are best off when they do a little bit of planning and a lot of enjoying and experiencing life.
- Crossing Wall Street: Named the “best buy-and-hold blogger” by CNN Money, Eddy Elfenbein is a great source for both daily reading and long-term investing insight.
- Dividend Mantra: Jason Fieber, a passionate investor and “frugalist,” writes about his journey to financial independence through consistent savings and smart investing. In addition to updates on his portfolio, Jason shares detailed information about his monthly budgets and savings rate.
- Investor’s Field Guide: Patrick O’Shaughnessy is a portfolio manager who has written extensively about investor behavior and authored a book on investing strategies for today’s younger generations.
- Jason Zweig: The longtime personal finance columnist (currently at The Wall Street Journal) is one of the more thoughtful writers working for a major media outlet. Jason’s personal site is home to anoutstanding collection of his best pieces.
- Larry Swedroe: The director of research for the BAM Alliance is one of the most intelligent voices in the financial industry, who distills complex studies and research projects into actionable advice for all types of investors.
- Meb Faber: Meb is the CIO of Cambria Investment Management and the author of several books on investing. His site features book excerpts (he’ll also send you a free copy), research summaries, andgeneral thoughts on investing best practices.
- Oblivious Investor: Mike Piper is a CPA and author of several books, with a gift for illustrating just how simple investing should be. His Investing 101 summary is a great starting point for those with little experience.
- Reformed Broker: Josh Brown is the CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management, on-air contributor to CNBC’s “The Halftime Report,” and author of a couple of books. His reputation for providing honest insights about the wealth management industry has made him one of the most widely followed voices in the business.
- Rick Ferri: Rick is the founder of Portfolio Solutions and author of several books. He is one of themost vocal proponents of low-cost indexing and general common sense investing.
- Wealth of Common Sense: Ben Carlson is an institutional money manager who excels at breaking down complex investing topics into concise, easy-to-understand discussions.
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- have a look at that thread … for me it seems to struggle with newly created bookmarks to new folders. Checked chrome://sync ++
- https://t.co/ApD92XGS9P Loads of threads on the Chrome bookmark sync problem, this is one.
- It’s time Google fixed Chrome bookmark sync - it just doesn’t work for me. And I’m just using two computers.
- Encryption? What’s the point? US govt’s failings laid bare after OPM hack http://t.co/QfSuRga7kQ
- Congress says hacked federal agency ‘failed utterly and totally’ to protect data http://t.co/ijuh6AJZVv
- Awesome! https://t.co/MVx7zQRgIm
- Enjoy the new boardwalk at Spencer Road Wetlands & all River Wandle conservation improvements.http://t.co/zR05hx9LSg htt…
- I was interviewed by ! http://t.co/4pXT1DJsaV
- well the post office already seem to have …
- Interactive #Greece debt tracker: See what the country owes in the upcoming days
- Kitchen appliance fires in the news. We continue to warn about the dangers of fridge freezers. http://t.co/Hc7Myqyv6a http:…
- .’s Indian Ocean album has been nominated for the #Polaris2015 #LongList
- Police defend music fans face scans:”no one who came to the festival to enjoy themselves had anything to worry about” http://t.co/A7uMMcfNsP
- Snowden and civil liberties might be Guardian’s ground, but that should not make The Sunday Times an uncritical government/GHCQ mouthpiece.
- That Snowden front page story from The Sunday Times was not worthy of the paper that broke us the FIFA stories. I expect better.
- “Sunday Times fires off copyright complaint at Snowden story critics”. Sunday Times are embarrassing themselves. http://t.co/H1n9VpCqRx
- or maybe Zlatan?
- Danish Broadcasting’s “The Architect’s Home” series makes all interior/home design mags seem redundant.
- we are still waiting …
- Same here, it’s an obvious thing to do, but I’ve met many a computer and ‘security’ pro using online password managers.
- As for hosted password managers, in God We Trust, all cred databases are local on my systems ;-)
- Time to change your master password, LastPass was hacked http://t.co/BUQyxbeKRh
Storing passwds online WAS and IS a horrible idea
- with extending passwords to use the emoji character set: http://t.co/LQsQxTwwnf I never execute though, not even in applying for a patent.
- Sit on an idea long enough and someone else will think of the same thing. It happened with keyboard-keys that changes (LEDs inside) and now
- “might be the way to pay for Holidays in the Sun”, not bad from Ian Cowie on the Virgin/Sex Pistols credit card (Sunday Times “Money” p3).
- Rowan Atkinson’s next career move to play Georges Simenon’s Inspector Maigret” for ITV. Sounds promising.
- Thought the whole point of “Game of Thrones” was that everyone would get killed, so why be “shocked” when someone is topped off?
- “Fans of Game of Thrones have been left stunned after one of its biggest characters was killed off in the season five finale” (BBC) Really?
- DYI - destroy it yourself. Leave it to the professionals I say.
- Amazon missive “DIY gift ideas for Father’s Day”.
Hope my offspring don’t get that email : I get nervous breakdown just thinking about DYI.
- Sunday Times: the Pope’s “encyclical, the highest level of teaching that a pope can issue” will tackle climate change and poverty. Bless.
- One of the convicted murderers that escaped from Clinton correctional is “fantastically well endowed”. Watch out. http://t.co/uVF9BPT0OA
- Birchin Lane in The City as of this evening. Taken over by an abstract painter or just codes for the street painters? http://t.co/Kuw8E2Asrv
- Climate change activists occupy Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall http://t.co/seeUDizw8T
- Cops turn Download Festival into an ORWELLIAN SPY PARADISE http://t.co/Mcl8YsRf2p via
- The Police Are Scanning the Faces of Every Single Person at Download http://t.co/EFgeX74Tk8 via
- BBC News Entrepreneur of the year: Bedouin turned businessman http://t.co/9afPiyHdu8 heck of a story this: brother killed by dad, mum died
- 19 episodes (and counting) watched of the fine “Arkitektens Hjem” (“The Architect’s Home”) from Danish Broadcasting.
- Knackered so USA vs Sweden in the women’s World Cup feels about right.
- Amon Düül II . Might be hash, because they probably don’t have much of a budget: but I expected more of a light show. http://t.co/Kss5ilQXiJ
- There were bits of Amon Düül II where I thought “this is why we needed punk” and there bits were I recognised why I like prog/kraut/motorik
- Too many Germans in the crowd for Amon Düül II? Average height seems to be 1.85m …
- in trendy Shoreditch to see the not so trendy Amon Düül II at . Stage time around 21:00 according to doormen.
- http://t.co/U9gpmlZyoT Urban Trout’s pic of the day, beautiful trout from the Wandle.
- #nowplaying ♫ http://t.co/NweGW1teX4
- “It took me about an hour in my bedroom to write [‘Motorcade] on a scrap of paper, using a very basic keyboard.”
- “I was inspired by the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy to write Motorcade along with Howard”
- http://t.co/sJbhiQBrgZ Here’s Bob Dickinson now(ish), the man who briefly was a member of Magazine and co-wrote “Motorcade” with Devoto .
- http://t.co/j014Sr77Gh “China eyes stake in [Arctic city] Kirkenes infrastructure”. Global warming, shorter shipping route, money to be made
- 4 new twists that push hacker attack on millions of US govt workers into WTF land “most of data … not encrypted” http://t.co/3G1wbAT7H7
- Jenny Hval’s new album is out, full of that Nordic oddness infused w some Annette Peacock 70s beats (“The Battle Is Over”).
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- I would like a green and anti-car next , but wants to quit the EU. So what about us Europeans in London?
- http://t.co/f5dtIZJEIG “Ex Machina” (dir: Alex Garland). Sci-fi drama, artificial life feeling like real-life. 4*
- http://t.co/A1JhlRQ2AT “Still Walking” (dir: Hirokazu Koreeda). 4* lingering (feels like) real-life drama.
Not everyone can afford a bespoke suit, or even a top-end ready-to-wear one. But there are many things you can do on any budget to improve the look of your tailoring.
1. Buy conservative
If a suit isn’t of the greatest quality, make sure it doesn’t bring attention to itself in any other way. So buy single-breasted, notch-lapel, 2 or 3-button, plain grey or navy suits. Bright colours or patterns might seem like a good option for a cheaper product, but they will only highlight poor materials.
2. Ignore fashion
A similar recommendation goes for fashions. Watch out for lapels that are too thin, jackets that are too short or trousers that are too skinny. Not only does this bring attention to the suit, again, but it potentially shortens the suit’s life if things become unfashionable or your tastes change. And if the suit only lasts two years you might as well have spent twice as much on one that would last four.
Remember, there’s nothing wrong with a suit that goes unnoticed. Indeed to some students of elegance, good clothing should always do that. One should give the basic impression of being well dressed, but nothing more.
3. Buy for longevity
Many readers tell me they have been following Permanent Style for years. They often recount the pleasures of investments that accumulate, building up a quality wardrobe that only gets better as good things last longer. I’m sure they would all tell you to buy the best suit you can, and then to plan for longevity.
Ways to make your suit last longer include buying two pairs of trousers; brushing it down after every wear; hanging/packing it carefully; only dry cleaning it every 6 months to a year; and not wearing it when you’re raging-steaming-falling-down-oh-there-go-my-legs drunk.
4. Have it altered
I say this all the time, but it bears repeating: find a decent alterations tailor and spend the money to have one or two adjustments made. The jacket should fit on the shoulders and neck primarily, and can then be altered in the body to fit. If there are big issues that affect the overall style of the suit – such as the width of the trousers – this might also be worth spending money on.
5. Wear decent accessories
Again, effectively a way to push the suit into the background. Don’t buy cheap, loud ties. Invest in decent English-made shoes (and look after them properly too). Perhaps find some nice little touches that can be worn every day.
A friend of mine wears a vintage watch and his grandfather’s gold cufflinks every day. The first was a birthday present, the second an heirloom. Neither cost him anything, but they elevate his business wear every single day. Such are the pleasures of being a man.
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- Average pay for a City Sprint cycle courier pedalling through London is just £7.50 (Evening Standard) http://t.co/5HG2qzZKCD
- Male hiding in undergrowth from Police detained with the help of Arrested for Vehicle Crime.No escaping the hel…
- Apple invents a 24-hour radio station. Well done.
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Source: Our World in Data
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- ORR being The Office of a Rail Regulation. Well done least-punctuals . http://t.co/xMnfAzWH6B
- No surprise: “the performance of two of Britain’s least-punctual rail operators, Southern and Thameslink” investigated by ORR (Sunday Times)
- I did watch that Champion’s League final. Fine and predictable.
- http://t.co/Gq6uDSyHqg “Built by the Sea: Villas and Small Houses” If I had the money and the land Lund Hagen would be on my shortlist
- Arkitektens Hjem: Knud Holscher https://t.co/dtXzfi3DPb Another series of Danish Broadcasting’s The Architect’s Home is available.
- A day not wasted. A good swim at Holborn’s outdoor pool, a few pages of Pessoa on the sundeck, tourist watching on bus 38 back to Victoria.
- ‘I’ve been to the pub with Angela Merkel and she’s not the one to leave before last orders’ - Jens Stoltenberg (Secretary General of NATO).
- “An avalanche of evidence”: What does Jack Warner (big daddy of Trinidad&Tobago) know about avalanches?
- Area round Bank of England still cordoned off. Long days for James Bond film crew I guess. Wonder if my old buddy James O’Dee is on set?
- Touching on themes we explore in the film - #BrutalistPlayground from June 10 http://t.co/An9apT1Sxx #Brutalism ht…
If you like exploring London’s lesser-known pubs, bookmark this page now.
We asked for your help in identifying the best pubs in the outer boroughs, officially defined as those labelled in the map below:
We received dozens of nominations via the comments box, Facebook and Twitter hashtag #OuterLondonPubs. Below, we’ve rounded up all qualifying suggestions, filed by borough, and with links to the pub websites. See the bottom of the article for info on a pub crawl we might put together if there’s interest.
The best pubs in Outer London
The important thing to remember here is that different people look for different things in a good pub. Some of these suggestions will not be to everyone’s taste but, in every case, at least one reader recommended the place. We’ve included quotes where given. Thank you to everyone for the suggestions, including those of you whose suggested pubs were technically Inner London, and so are not included here. We still welcome additions in the comments below. As we explore the suggestions, we’ll add them to our growing database of Best London Pubs.
BARKING AND DAGENHAM
Spotted Dog, Barking.
Bohemia Brew Pub, North Finchley (2 nominations)
Catcher in the Rye, Finchley
Chandos Arms, Colindale (2 nominations). “Small range of beers but nice food, dog friendly, has live music and comedy.”
The Crown, Cricklewood
Greyhound, Hendon. “A lovely country style pub with a great selection of drinks and pub snacks.”
Ye Olde Mitre Inn, Barnet (2 nominations). “Shortlisted for CAMRA local pub of the year.”
Spaniards Inn, Hampstead Heath (2 nominations and, yup, it’s just inside the border of Barnet)
The Alma, Sidcup
Black Horse, Bexley
Coach and Horses, Bexley
Crayford Arms, Crayford. “Shepherd Neame Pub previous CAMRA Bexley winner.”
Door Hinge, Welling. “London’s first micropub and won the CAMRA award in 2014 for best pub in London.”
The Fox, Belvedere
King’s Head, Bexley
Penny Farthing, Crayford (2 nominations). “Another micropub.” “Shortlisted for CAMRA local pub of the year.”
The Robin Hood and Little John, Bexleyheath. “A previous CAMRA London award winner.”
The Ship, Erith
The Victoria, Belvedere
Chatterton Arms, Bromley (2 nominations)
Downham Tavern, Bromley (2 nominations)
Grape & Grain, Crystal Palace
The Jolly Woodman, Beckenham (2 nominations). “Has a lovely relaxed feel to it and allows dogs!”
One in the Wood, Petts Wood (3 nominations). “Great micro pub with proper pork scratchings and always real good beer” “Shortlisted for CAMRA local pub of the year.”
The Red Lion, Bromley
Queen’s Head, Downe
Glamorgan, Croydon. “Surely the best pub in Croydon. Fine food with a S African twist, good range of beers and good wine list.”
Oval Tavern, Croydon (4 nominations). “Great beer, food and live entertainment, and wonderful landlady.”
The Crown, Northolt
Duke of Kent, Ealing. “Tasty food and good beer garden.”
The Forester, Ealing
The Fox, Hanwell (2 nominations)
The Grosvenor, Hanwell (3 nominations). “Shortlisted for CAMRA local pub of the year.”
The Station House, Acton
Moon Under Water, Enfield. “Best range and best quality and great prices”
Ye Olde Cherry Tree, Southgate
Orange Tree, Winchmore Hill. “Proper old school pub with a proper landlady, old world charm, Sunday roasts, real ales, big beer garden, bbq and bouncy castle for the kids on nice days.”
The Wonder, Enfield
Beehive, Tottenham. “Huge garden. Great beer. Excellent food.”
Faltering Fullback, Stroud Green (2 nominations). “A gem.” “An absolute winner. I mean… THAT BEER GARDEN.”
Famous Royal Oak, Muswell Hill (3 nominations). “Comfortable pub, great terrace, friendly staff, great quiz on a Thursday.”
O’Neills, Muswell Hill (2 nominations). “The famous church pub.”
The Orchard, Harefield. “Lovely, with lake views of Hillingdon.”
Bell and Crown, Strand-on-the-Green
City Barge, Strand-on-the-Green
Griffin, Brentford (2 nominations)
London Apprentice, Isleworth
Lord Nelson, Brentford (3 nominations). “Amazing food, lovely staff, gorgeous little garden – a real hidden gem!”
Magpie and Crown, Brentford (2 nominations)
One Over The Ait, Kew Bridge
Town Wharf, Isleworth
Victoria Tavern, Isleworth
Woodlands Tavern, Isleworth
The Antelope, Surbiton. “Fantastic range of ales and cider — microbrewery at the end of the garden.”
The Boaters, Kingston (2 nominations)
Druids Head, Kingston
Fighting Cocks, Kingston
The Lamb, Surbiton
The Mill, Kingston
The Ram, Kingston
Woodies Freehouse, New Maldon. “An old sports pavilion that not only has an excellent range of well kept ales (it’s a proper freehouse) but is also an ‘eclectic’ establishment.”
The Denmark Arms, East Ham
Forest Tavern, Forest Gate (4 nominations). “Great boozer with great food.”
Golden Fleece, Manor Park
Tap East, Westfield Stratford
Wanstead Tap, Forest Gate (3 nominations)
Cuckfield, Wanstead (3 nominations).
The Duke, Wanstead (2 nominations). “A fun and friendly local with awesome food and service.”
The George, Wanstead
The Nightingale, Wanstead. “A real old grimy local pub with atmosphere and character (as well as local characters).”
Rose and Crown, Woodford Green.
Travellers Friend, Woodford Green. “Shortlisted for CAMRA local pub of the year.”
Angel and Crown, Richmond
The Anglers, Teddington
The Botanist, Kew
The Cricketers, Richmond
The Eel Pie, Twickenham
The Fox, Twickenham
The Marlborough, Richmond
Old King’s Head, Hampton Wick
Pitcher and Piano, Richmond
Prince’s Head, Richmond
Rifleman, Twickenham (2 nominations). “Shortlisted for CAMRA local pub of the year.”
Royal Oak, Hampton
White Swan, Twickenham (3 nominations).
Pub crawl of some outer London boozers
Want to join us exploring a handful of the best pubs in Outer London? We’re going to attempt at least one in each of the four cardinal compass points on Saturday 27 June. Email email@example.com if you’d like to come along. The day will involve a lot of travelling, so only come along if you’re prepared for that.
Previous Pub Crawls
A list of previous areas and themes that we’ve put to public vote. See our database of the Best London Pubs for more.
- A = Angel
- B = Borough, Bow, Brixton
- C = Chelsea, City of London, Crystal Palace
- D = Dalston, Dulwich
- E = Ealing, Euston
- F = Farringdon and Clerkenwell
- G = Greenwich
- H = Hampstead, Highgate, Hoxton
- I = Isle of Dogs
- J = St James’s
- K = Kennington, Kentish Town, Kilburn
- L = Limehouse, Little Venice
- M = Maida Vale, Marylebone, Mayfair, Mile End
- N = Notting Hill
- O = Old Street
- P = Peckham and Camberwell
- Q = Queen’s Park
- R = Richmond
- S = Shepherd’s Bush, Shoreditch, Soho, Southwark, Stoke Newington
- T = Thames
- U = Unusual pubs
- V = Victoria (including Pimlico), Victoria Park
- W = Walthamstow, Wandsworth, Wapping
- X = X-Rail (Crossrail)
- Y = Ye Olde pubs
- Z = Zone 1 pubs
Visit our our Best Pubs in London microsite and see what you think.
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Celebrating 65 years of the iconic Desert Boot, Clarks Originals has teamed up with Herschel Supply to produce a fresh take on the famous crepe-soled silhouette. First worn by off-duty British servicemen abroad, the Desert Boot has been doing the rounds since 1949 — it’s truly a timeless style. Herschel Supply’s rendition remains pretty much true to the classic, offered in navy and grey premium suede.
Key detailing includes a monochromatic rubber crepe sole, silicone-dipped cotton lace aglets and the introduction of a welt-stitched premium pebbled leather split tongue. A padded collar lined with quality chambray and custom interior branding round out this modern interpretation of an icon.
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- “his father’s admiration for the transparent suit Foxxy used to wear on stage in the late 70s. Tezuka was an art consultant on the film”.
- I KNEW it! The cover of Ultravox! inspired the transparent rain suits in “Bladerunner” - http://t.co/AAQWXTV0Ry
- I don’t buy CDs anymore, but judged on the Soundcloud stream I’m going to make an exception for Ghost Harmonic’s “Codex”.
- Codex is out today! Hope you enjoy Ghost Harmonic’s first adventure… #newrelease #album #music #collaboration http://t.c…
- http://t.co/gx7D9xySEC shares via Soundcloud new John Foxx/Benge project with classical violinist Diana Yukawa /cc
- How to mute audio in a Chrome tab - http://t.co/U6Hkst35Nw
- thanks for that, a riveting read on pampered pimps if FIFA.
- What a brilliant man http://t.co/UwtM7abauP http://t.co/fNrre3Iyfl
- https://t.co/xqZmzYxvpN “Oban” - fat sounding live session (live in studio, but as impressive as ever).
- #NowPlaying “Oban” by Jaga Jazzist from Starfire. With a riff that would not have been out of place on Kraftwerk’s … http://t.co/hM5AWppMrY
- “There should be no more publicly funded faith schools”. Oliver Kamm under the headline “Don’t ban women drivers - ban faith schools”.
- “Fifa now feels like a proxy for all the apparently corrupt regimes we will never bring to account”. Janice Turner in The Times on Saturday.
- #NowPlaying “Shinkansen” by Jaga Jazzist from Starfire ♫ http://t.co/iMWLYNOZ9Q
- 2 things Patti Smith and me have in common: affinity for Johnny Winter (RIP) and trying to start smoking to look cool http://t.co/Qqx4kEcvjZ