Maybe tomorrow I’ll want to settle down. Until tomorrow I’ll just keep moving ’round dededede dededede

Posted: March 12, 2009 in Uncategorized
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It’s been a mentally draining week.
The weather has taken a rapid turn towards the Spring and we’ve been moving house. In the middle of that was a massive family booze-up, packing stuff for the move, stressing over deposits and arguing over the unpacking.
I have realised I am not human; I’m a Womble.
I collect an ungodly amount of shit and then pack it all away in plastic bags (which I’ve also kept for some reason…Tower bags seem to be a favourite) to be viewed at later dates.
So far I’ve uncovered TV guides from 2007, train tickets with chewing gum in them, college notes from years ago, clothes I haven’t worn in 3 years and jazz mags I forgot I had (that was Sinead’s discovery, much to her delight. They’re good ones too…at least, they were good ones)
At first I was a little wary of the whole moving thing. I love the other place and if you saw the photos on Daft I think I linked to a while ago, you’d probably see why. The new place is a good deal though, great pub up the road and much bigger and more ‘homely’…I think. It even has a fireplace.
Been trying to plot some kind of hoildays the last while and Primavera is getting ever closer. Feel like I really need a break and that would the ultimate one this year, given the cracking line-up.
Anyway, I’ll leave you with a few tracks from albums I’ve been listening to recently.
A dash of the Bonnie Prince, a banging track from DOOM’s latest and a nice bit of work from Ohio drone-ambient peddlers, Emeralds
Toodle pip.

Bonnie Prince Billy – Beware Your Only Friend
DOOM – Gazzillion Ear
Emeralds – Alive in the Sea of Information

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Comments
  1. gandalfeeneydawhiterthanwhite says:

    Jazz mags – surely not that one with the "in-depth" and "probing" profile of Coltrane & Davis' rivalry eh?

  2. Gardenhead says:

    wots the pub adam?

  3. Adam says:

    Tis the Beggar’s Bush.Nice spot with decent seats outside and if we get a summer, it’ll be frquented daily.

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