Monthly Archives: May 2014

Monthly Archives: May 2014

Urban Graffiti Mix #15

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Urban Graffiti Mix #15 by Mark McCawley on Mixcloud Urban sounds. Urban vibes. Urban verse. Urban tribes. Urban Graffiti. Songs of the city. Past and present. Old and new. The city keeps singing. Los Angeles. New York. San Francisco. Watts. Amsterdam. Auckland. London. Toronto.

A Passport to Elsewhere by Richard Jurgens

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A Passport to Elsewhere by Richard Jurgens   Tennessee Williams in Bangkok by Eddie Woods Inkblot Publications, September 2013 Distributed by aftermathbooks.com Providence, Rhode Island ISBN-10: 0934301719 $15.00 US | $16.06 CDN | 12,11 EUR | Paperback 8×5 inches, 146pp A couple of years ago I invited some hip young people to a literary evening at Café Brecht in Amsterdam. They were rather self-consciously cool: a lean former resident of Denver, Colorado, stone hash-pipe in hand; a secretive Irishman in …

Selected Discography of Rick Miller — review by Mark McCawley

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Selected Discography of Rick Miller   review by Mark McCawley     Self-taught Canadian multi-instrumentalist, Rick Miller has released thirteen individual albums since his 1984 debut release, Starsong, moving from ambient, techno electronic synthesizer based music (Paradox-Electro Leftovers) in the mid to late 1980s and 1990s (Interstellar Passage) towards more progressive rock oriented music (Dreamtigers, The End of Days) around 2000 and beyond.