This month I have mostly been moving
Shout outs to Jason Skeet, Chris P, Jon and my parents for helping to shift stuff.
NEW ON THE SITE THIS MONTH:
The major contribution to the site this time is a complete reprint of the NME's four page Soundsystem Splashdown article from 1981. It includes interviews with legendary Soundmen Lloyd Coxsone, Fatman Hi-Fi and a controversial look at Jah Shaka. Plus loads of great photos.
I have also added a page concerning the NEL pulp-novelisation of the film Babylon.
And probably some other bits I have forgotten about.
Post-Operative Aural Medicine by Paul Condon - an excellent article about Nurse With Wound and their influences. The piece originally appeared in 1991 and was hailed at the time as one of the best things ever written about the group by none other than Stephen Stapleton. It has been revised by the author for Uncarved.
mp3 of the month - some righteous funky ass drum 'n' bass from our comrades at SPINWARP.
INVENTORY event 'teeth and trousers' 27th July 6.30 - 9.30pm ideal house 38 - 50 arcola st london e8 www.cell.org.uk bring radios INVENTORY FM broadcasting live on 107.6fm
Mother Destruction are re-releasing their back catalouge and will soon to launch their own web site.
The Wu-Ming Foundation were involved with some pre-Genoa texts rebuffing some verbal attacks against Ya Basta and the White Overalls made by the Black Bloc in Italy.
We recently reviewed Marky's Mach V drum 'n' bass mix. It's now available online at hyperdub.
3-sided crazy golf, coming soon...
Congrats to Nigel and Lesley on getting hitched.