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Live Review: Boy & Bear, Green Door Store, Brighton, Feb 26th, 2014.

I’m reasonably confident that I went to see one of the massive-selling bands of the future this evening, at a tiny, damp, mould-on-the-wall venue, just under Brighton Station. Boy and Bear, after two albums, haven’t made a huge splash on the mainstream … Continue reading

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The 25 greatest gigs of 2013, according to andrewdsweeney

I’ve been to over fifty gigs this year, including a trip to Glastonbury Festival, and thought I’d give a little personal round-up of my favourite live experiences of 2013.  It was going to be a top twenty, but I couldn’t … Continue reading

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Day 19: The Electric Soft Parade – “Idiots”

The Electric Soft Parade – “Idiots” (2013) Brighton brothers Alex and Thomas White a.k.a. The Electric Soft Parade released one of my very favourite albums of 2002, “Holes In The Wall”, an album that had songs so catchy, so rich … Continue reading

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‘Twas The Night Before Christmas…

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when on the last train From London to Brighton, not a single seat remained Through out of dark windows, standing passengers stared Into the dark, wintry night… some had even paid their fare. Christmas aromas, … Continue reading

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Suicidal Simba

I’m worried about our dog. He seems to be happy enough, full of energy, love and licks, but he appears to want to kill himself. It makes me wonder what we’ve done. Is it because we won’t let him sleep … Continue reading

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Location, Location, Location

Earlier this year, in the late Summer, I moved to Brighton.  I’d lived in Carshalton (and before that in neighbouring Sutton), in South London, for over a decade and felt that it was time for a change of scenery.  Samuel … Continue reading

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