Monthly Archives: November 2009

Kaleidoscope.01: A Spotify Playlist

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Capsule Is Ten

Congratulations to Capsule, who celebrate their tenth anniversary next month with a series of music and art events in Birmingham. Promoters come and go, but their dedication to exciting, challenging music and their fiercely independent attitude have seen them endure … Continue reading

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Midlake at Town Hall

Back in 2006, Midlake released The Trials of Van Occupanther, arguably one of the finest albums of this decade. Taking ’70s folk and woozy psychedelia as the template for soaring, lushly ornamented songs about pre-industrial village life, it was at … Continue reading

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Peter Watkins: Americana

Peter Watkins is a photographer based in the West Midlands whose Americana series explores the idea of the photograph as a document of truth. Peter scoured the region for subject matter that when taken out of their context, could be … Continue reading

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Flatpack Festival 2010

7 Inch Cinema recently unveiled the flyer for the fourth Flatpack Festival, designed by Gas. Although the full programme for one of the UK’s most exciting and ambitious film festivals won’t be announced until February, it promises to be the … Continue reading

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Photos: ON/OFF

ON/OFF was one of the most enjoyable events we’ve been involved in, not least because of worriedaboutsatan’s seamless 50 minute performance that completely filled the gigantic space and showed them to be one of the most exciting electronica acts to … Continue reading

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Visuals for On/Off

For On/Off, our collaboration party with Ikon Eastside this Thursday, Katie has been working on visuals: altered and inverted diagrams taken from an obsolete ’70s sound recording manual.

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