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Trippy Does Glasgow Again

For me London and Glasgow are two of the best cities in Europe, so I’m always up for an excuse to visit Red Clydeside. My reason for heading north last weekend was to do a performance at Transmission Gallery on … Continue reading

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The Psychogeography Of Dundee – or, Ae Phor Ain’t Here!

I’ve always been rather fond of the psychogeographical device known as ‘the possible appointment’, and so I’m generally willing to make that extra bit of effort in order to fail to meet someone. Yesterday I went to Dundee where I … Continue reading

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The sinful nuns of St Valentine meet the Marquis de Sade at the Borders closing down ‘sale’….

Watching capitalist corporations fail is a groove sensation, and it takes me right back to everything from the three day week to the ‘winter of discontent’ in the 1970s. All those who love power cuts will recall that the mid-1970s … Continue reading

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Shake and shimmy with the credit crunch, it’s a groove sensation!

It’s been interesting to watch CDs piling up in bargain bins this year. Right now the compact disk feels as obsolete as VHS tapes did a few years back. Throw in a major recession and there’s a lot of great … Continue reading

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