Press to reset the world

It’s been quite a few weeks since I published anything, so please accept my apologies. We were in East London at the weekend and had time to photograph the new street art on display for your pleasure. Just a short post today as I’ve been having trouble typing recently. Hopefully the pictures will speak for themselves….

When Eddie Van Halen met Allan Holdsworth

Allan Holdsworth: 1946-2017 Since I have been somewhat under the radar over the last few days, I am a little behind on the news. Sadly, I discovered this morning that one of my all time favourite guitar players, Allan Holdsworth, passed away over the weekend. You will not find an obituary for Allan in any of the popular newspapers, and I…

The Greatest One Man Band in the World

It’s been a miserable few weeks of rain and wind in London this last month, but herself and I have no plans to let any of that get in the way of us enjoying the city. On Sunday we went to Brick Lane in the East End and in addition to taking a stack of photos…

Ask David Attenborough a question

I was only going to post once today (a satirical notion I’ve had kicking around my head for a while), however, I just remembered that I will be attending a presentation on the highly successful BBC nature documentary series Planet Earth II tomorrow and Sir David Attenborough is set to appear as a special guest and speaker. As far as I know, there…

Amazingly Creative Street Musician

The lady and I were in Notting Hill today when we  spotted this highly creative street musician performing on the side of the road. If the video isn’t clear enough, he’s playing on a tennis racket, an old typewriter and a cutlery set – Yes, you read that correctly. The song, “Hit the road Jack,” was written and first recorded…

Datum Plane – Lighthouse

My friend’s band, Datum Plane, have just released their first music video for the song Lighthouse, taken from their debut EP, Things You Need to Hear. The video was filmed at Beachy Head on the British coast in early March of this year, so I’m sure you can appreciate how cold it must have been…

A Binge in 1990’s Video Gaming

Here is my utterly biased list of the games that represent the cream of the crop as far as overlooked 1990’s games are concerned. CYBERNATOR (1992 SNES) Released Masaya as part of a series of futuristic robotic war games during the 1990’s, Cybernator was an addictive post apocalyptic, run-and-gun platformer. In the game, two warring governments fight…