The current (June) issue of The Wire contains the single greatest achievement of my writing life - the appearance of the word "Wensleydale" in a record review.
It's a review of I, Gemini, the debut album by Let's Eat Grandma. Wonderful record - great fun to write about. But also vaguely therapeutic - allowing me to delve into three preoccupations currently weighing heavy on the mind - adolescence, England, girls.
An interview with Let's Eat Grandma at the Quietus.
Friday, May 13, 2016
including Tan Dun's audio-visual symphony based around micro-films of speakers of a secret female language, Nu Shu
writer of the piece Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim (phew, what a mouthful) is also interviewed here
(via Andrew Parker)