Picked this lovely Hard Back 1st edition up a while ago. Writen by Alice Low and Roy McKie. 1st published in 1963 by Random House (Beginner Books) The story is simple but wonderful. Two children and their Dog, Swings, Fireflies Water Melon, Traffic Jams, Swimming, Fishing, Fireworks and Toasting Marshmallows. Lovely book wonderful illustrations. Quite a few later editions available online. Its been a good month for having a rummage around. I have found some good LPs as well, which are posted here
Friday, 29 June 2012
Sunday, 24 June 2012
Saturday, 23 June 2012
Monday, 18 June 2012
Thursday, 14 June 2012
Tuesday, 12 June 2012
Another fascinating looking event / workshop at Noise = Noise.
Black death London attempts to reveal the contagious side of substrate; literally scratching a needle, a pickup across the dark earth carted from Whitby to London so many years ago, the vampiric base and carving of all technology.
Deploying the twin methods of excitation and detection, borrowed from Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP), the workshop attempts to scry the city's buboes, its electromagnetic plague eruptions, to play back these earth engraving; the stone tape, the message.
Workshop participants will learn the basics of electromagnetics and EVP, actively constructing and customising a scratching/radio broadcast apparatus, before embarking on the aural, energetic exhumation of an historic plague site.
Update : Ah, this might explain better.
Monday, 11 June 2012
Saturday, 2 June 2012
Look, I dunno about you lot but I really don't have the shelf-space for every sliver of vaguely hauntological tat I come across in my travels. But these, and others are all going for peanuts at the PDSA in Staple Hill (just across the road from Fountain Square) if anyone's interested.
Been a while since I posted on blogger. Who changed the bloody post editing screen???
Posted by Gutter at 13:38