Went for a walk around Dovedale and Wolfscote Dale in the Peak District.
Send More Paramedics, Attack! Vipers! and Throwing Stuff at the Wharf Chambers in Leeds.
River Jumpers, Isaac, Haters and Austeros at the Rathaus in Southampton.
This is an Andrew Blum TED Talk from 2012. He got curious about what the actual physical side of his internet experience was, so he tracked it backwards and decided to visit the internet as far as he could.
The line “a squirrel is chewing on your internet” makes it worthwhile alone.
For some reason, I always assumed this was done with stencils.
Pale Angels, Happy Accidents and Harker (acoustic) at the Edge Of The Wedge in Southsea.
Astbury Castle International Women’s Day House Show – Doe, Petrol Girls, Personal Best, Big Wow and acoustics. 21st March 2014.
Photos and video after break.
I’ll stick to Cold War nuclear apocalypse ones. We’re talking about something which came very close to happening at times (either through accident or brinksmanship), and which would have been more devastating than the vast majority of hypothetical hordes of shambling undead.
Here’s a few of my favourites after the break. Depending on how your mind works you’ll either find these crushingly depressing, or you’ll suddenly find that nothing is quite as bad as you thought it was after watching them. One way to really impose scale on day to day struggles.
The Survival Tour at All Saint’s Church in Kingston. Sam Russo, Jimmy Islip, Dear Everyone and Roo Pescod.
Video and photos after the break.
Sly and The Family Drone at the Edge Of The Wedge in Portsmouth with Workin’ Man Noise Unit.