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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 464: Here are The Sounds

Here are the sounds. They come in, marching one by one throughout all of our lives intertwine themselves in a scale falling down whilst hitting a baseline, then lead up to a string of split vocals and onto something else … Continue reading

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Lily Allen: No Shame Review

This review can be read on Cool Try. If you read this here, then please also go to Cool Try and check out more music-related articles. Anyway, here’s the review. —– Lily Allen released another album. Which album is this … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 420: Morning Mashing

There’s stuff that I need to do, but I’m here and not there and starting this off the way that I normally would start off all of these posts. There are loud typing sounds echoing off into the distance, but … Continue reading

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Chaka Khan Dream

So I was on the bus. There were other people on the bus. The bus was moving along. One of the screens on the bus began changing from what was displayed before. Its background was white and the text was … Continue reading

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Emma Ruth Rundle: Marked for Death Review

Whilst reading about a few shows that 40 Watt Sun were playing, I saw that Emma Ruth Rundle was going to be supporting them. I didn’t know who she was, so I decided to check out her music. I bought … Continue reading

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Cog: Live at The Metro 17/07/2016

The last time I saw Cog was in 2009. Whilst I like Cog’s music, the major incentive for me to get tickets was that it Oceansize were conducting their first (an sadly, only) tour of Australia as support for Cog. … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 59: A Forest Sprouts From my Lecturer’s Mouth

On Tuesdays I have two lectures for the subject I am doing over the summer semester at my university. The second lecturer of that day is a very dry lecturer. He doesn’t emote much or speak with any obvious energy … Continue reading

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