Track of the Day: Very Good – Ghost Warning

At some arbitrary point, I regret everything I say Between a dull mind and a loose tongue Lie the tricks of memory So I’m thankful for your forgetfulness Thankful for each new day   Very Good are an 8-piece collective from Brooklyn led by Sean Cronin. Stylistically, they're hard to pin down (think minimalist post-folk,... Continue Reading →

Playlist – Skewed Quiff June 2019

Dear indie idealists, As we sway, punch-drunk, into the final rounds of Brexit - undemocratically selected potential leaders whispering promises of jam tomorrow into our bruised and bleeding ears - Quiff has decided to retreat to the garden with a pair of headphones and pretend none of it is really happening. After all, perception is... Continue Reading →

Track Of The Day: Nature TV – Inventory

The first half of June in Leeds has been dominated by wet socks, blue lips and grumpy faces, shiny streets reflecting the low and heavy clouds in pond-sized puddles. Calm oceans that look like magnified rain drops, melting together to a torrent of tristesse. Gloomy creatures pulling their hoods up hastily while eschewing their obstacles.... Continue Reading →

Bull, Fat Spatula and Las Mitras @ Spark, York  Great and rainy day at Drawsome in York on Saturday. Fantastic bands, beautiful artwork and lovely people raising money for Bowel Cancer UK. Our thanks to all involved but especially Richard Corrigan, from the art collective dogeatcog, who organised the event. You can, and should, donate... Continue Reading →

3 Rounds & A Sound With…

The Quiff has been brooding and experimenting with musical equations, artistic variables and creative fractions from the past and present, squeezing all the factors into a complicated-looking formula to give birth to his latest monster baby 3 Rounds & A Sound - a seemingly simple ruse that quickly leads to frank discussion and raised voices.... Continue Reading →

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