was througout her entire career just about to score a big hit. But then her music was always a bit too experimental, her spoken word delivery too cranky and her appearance too androgynous to break through into mainstream. All the more the indie scene and a progessive dance audience worshiped her. A fan base which stayed loyal to her down to the present day.
«The Smallest Acts of Kindness» was released in 2008 via Rough Trade.
I don’t remember.
Isn’t that dangerous?
Anything with a wicked Latino rhythm.
Oh... It’s hard to keep the iPod attached then. Would have to be Tim Buckley again.
Depends if it’s sex, business or something else.
Me?!!! Probably «Eye Of The Storm».
House! House! House!
Was and still is one of the ultimate «urban» tracks.
Probably Tim Buckley. He’s always there at the most important times for me! Or «Lights» by Archive.
I know exactly where those strings are coming from!
Oh, I couldn’t listen to music right at that moment.
A song just so full of sunlight and optimism. It’s needed early in the morning sometimes!
«Les Djinns» (Trentemoller Remix), for a stormy day. Anything by DAC Crowell or Robert Rich for the gentle rain.
I can’t hear it. The soap’s in my ears!!
All animals, but I am a real dog fan! Especially small, naughty terriers!
JG Ballard: «High Rise» / JG Ballard: «Concrete Island» / Eric H. Robinson: «The Collected Poems of John Clare» / Geoffrey Grigson: «Samuel Palmer: The Visionary Years» / Sylvain Margaine: «Forbidden Places»
Athens / Antwerp / Madrid / Munich / Dresden
Tea (Earl Grey and all black varieties) / Champagne (Bollinger) / Cocoa / fresh Orange Juice / Margarita Cocktail (please note - these should not be drunk simultaneously!!!)
Pineapple / Apple / Raspberry / Strawberry / Grape
There can be no favourites in this category! If I have to chose a new discovered instrument it wold bet he Hang Drum.
I used to love magazines and when I’m traveling, waiting at airports etc I still read them. However, I’ve come to believe that the level of information in them is often so superficial, and they just seem to perpetuate the myth of advertising that so few of us can ever live up to or attain! Let me see, the last magazines I read were: DJ Mag / National Geographic / Country Living / Viz / Cook Vegetarian.
September / October / November / December / May
iPod / Notebook / a good pen / a birthday card signed by The Beatles / bag
Sexy people... of all kinds!
There’s only two favourites of all time: «The Avengers» and «The Prisoner». 1960s cult TV is unbeatable!
I’m probably still fighting for them!