Since the run there has been a bit of a hiatus in this blog. I wrote about how running was making me feel better. In fact, I should have said more. I recentl...
Me and my mo’ went for a run!
The fifth entry in my understated classics series of album reviews is A Weekend In The City by Bloc Party. Like many bands, Bloc Party use a difficult second...
Another Ballard novel, this time we’re off to a jungle that’s rapidly turning into Crystal. But why? Because it’s Ballard, that’s why.
The fourth album reviewed in my sequence of understated classics posts is Biosphere’s icy masterpiece Substrata.
Another Ballard novel, this time it’s The Drought (AKA The Burning World).
The third album in the understated classics series is “The Circle & The Square”, the great lost 80s pop record by Red Box.
Ballard’s first novel and the first point of call in reading all of them.
The second album in the understated classics series is a moody broody record that wants you to “come on over here and have some fun”…
This sequence of posts lauds under-celebrated albums. First up: “Together Alone” by Crowded House.
As a project to get reading and writing regularly, I will try to read all of JG Ballard’s novels.