Archive for October, 2009

A Barbed Blade for Apathy? – Nick Griffin’s Pedestal

Public debate is de rigueur at London’s monthly Intelligence Squared debates which take place in the theatre of the Royal Geographical Society. There, most recently Anne Widdecombe and a Nigerian […]

Lucas Price @ Black Rat Press

In a week that saw Damien Hirst’s career flushed down the toilet for a morbid obsession with skulls and death, Richard Allday visited Lucas Price’s new exhibit — also featuring skulls and death — and was pleasantly surprised.

My long, slow conversion to pop

What’s the point in pop? Well, quite a lot, actually. There’s more to music than being able to sneer at other people’s lack of knowledge or taste. This is the story of one man’s music journey from black and white to colour…