Monthly Archives: March 2012

Record

13 March 2012

Today I took a picture of a record.

Record

13 March 2012

Today I took a picture of a record.

The Suburbs

The Record Books • The Suburbs

Published in 1968, this collection of poems by ‘Arcade Fire’ – a pseudonym used by the then social outcast, Peregrine W. Thymmes – met with no acclaim.

The Suburbs

The Record Books • The Suburbs

Published in 1968, this collection of poems by ‘Arcade Fire’ – a pseudonym used by the then social outcast, Peregrine W. Thymmes – met with no acclaim.

Mongo

The Family Album • Mongo

Mongo always, but always, overdid the mayo when prepping a tuna/mayo sarnie. And woe betide you if you intimated as much. The man was mayo mad.

Mongo

The Family Album • Mongo

Mongo always, but always, overdid the mayo when prepping a tuna/mayo sarnie. And woe betide you if you intimated as much. The man was mayo mad.

11 March 2012

11 March 2012

Today I took a picture of some sticks.

11 March 2012

11 March 2012

Today I took a picture of some sticks.

AppBowie

An App Insane

If your favourite record was an app….

AppBowie

An App Insane

If your favourite record was an app….

BE4 T7 E5

Musical Chemistry • BE4 + T7 + E5

The magic that made the mop-tops tick like a bomb filled with melodies of love. Done as a sort of chemical diagram. 

BE4 T7 E5

Musical Chemistry • BE4 + T7 + E5

The magic that made the mop-tops tick like a bomb filled with melodies of love. Done as a sort of chemical diagram. 

Frankie said that our stairs were the only place he could ever really think clearly.
Judging by his general life choices, I think he meant it literally.

The Family Album • Frankie

Frankie said that our stairs were the only place he could ever really think clearly. Judging by his general life choices, I think he meant it literally.

Frankie said that our stairs were the only place he could ever really think clearly.
Judging by his general life choices, I think he meant it literally.

The Family Album • Frankie

Frankie said that our stairs were the only place he could ever really think clearly. Judging by his general life choices, I think he meant it literally.