Vice Night

I’m at the Vice magazine party surrounded by the marginally famous and enough booze to turn me into a literal piss drunk. I arrive in poor shape from a Sunday spent doing yak and taking triples of tequila on an hourly basis. Stuck in the elevator trying to get to the Penthouse, uneasy, anxious and absurdly . . . → Read More: Vice Night

Ask Me Stories – Body Talk

A little while ago, Sparrow Hall covered a new regular event, titled Ask Me Stories. It’s all about short and usually hilarious stories about a certain topic, featuring performers and stand-up comics. Last night they had a show at Arlo&Esme – a classy establishment with a beautiful basement space – and it did . . . → Read More: Ask Me Stories – Body Talk

Midnight Juggernauts- Vital Signs

New Video from the upcoming Crystal Axis album from Australia’s lugubrious tune makers, The Midnight Juggernauts

Vital Signs – Midnight Juggernauts from midnight juggernauts . . . → Read More: Midnight Juggernauts- Vital Signs

American Subversive Soiree

The monied streets of New York’s Meatpacking District provided the perfect backdrop for David Goodwillie’s book party. Goodwillie’s debut novel American Subversive (Scribner, April 2010) is a brilliant literary thriller and romance between Aidan Cole, a failed journalist turned gossip blogger and Paige Roderick, a radical who blows up Barney’s high end department store.

After a . . . → Read More: American Subversive Soiree

Exit Through the Gift Shop – Movie Review

“Holy shit!! We just forged a million quid”

The Banksy I was acquainted with in this movie might not even be Banksy, an elusive, allegedly Bristolian street artist who has graduated said art to a level above and beyond its ruffian, deviant beginnings. His subversion is meditative, inquisitive, complex and beautiful. He is truly an artist, not . . . → Read More: Exit Through the Gift Shop – Movie Review

Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting

Comedy duo Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting started their recent sketch set at The Pit as banjo wielding nuns. Singing an alluring song to the audience, they quickly revealed themselves to be habit wearing orphan haters.

This darkly funny flirtatious style seems to be their staple. Members Leah Rudick and Kate Hartman pen hilarious . . . → Read More: Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting