Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Remember that Adiam Dymott interview I mentioned? It's out now and you can score a copy here for £3.95.
The website is in the process of being updated so I'll put a link up for that as and when.
Conventional mailers should contact:
35a Dalhousie Street, Glasgow. G3 6PW.
Subscription for 4 issues:
UK: £12/Rest of EU: £14/
Rest of the world: £16
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This just in from Brother Craig Regan (The Barman)
Raw Power Live Redux with James Williamson!
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Joey would have been 58 today. Are you going to the Party tonight?
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This was snapped on the reunion tour of some Swedish proto-avant-punk combo. I can't recall the name of said outfit but maybe you know? The members do look familiar...? Hmmmm...
Thanks for the messages regarding the mighty LP. I'm still having difficulty with processing the reality of it. I'll make sure that any missives get to his family in due course.
Photo by Mr Hägred
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MONORAIL FILM CLUB
This Sunday, 24 May, the Monorail Film Club resumes with Ingmar Bergman's masterpiece, Wild Strawberries, selected and introduced by Stevie Jackson of Belle & Sebastian.
An allegorical 1957 road movie, it slips between present and past, dream and reality, exploring the external and internal worlds of its central character, Professor Isak Borg (played by silent cinema actor/director Victor Sjöström) on a poignant journey from Stockholm to Lund where he is to receive an honorary degree from his old university. He is accompanied by his daughter-in-law Marianne, who although pregnant, is planning to separate from her husband. En-route she and Isak meet a squabbling married couple and a trio of hitch-hikers, one of whom conjures memories of a long-lost childhood love.
Tickets from the GFT box office on 0141 332 6535.
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