Sunday, 29 November 2009
THE TOP 10 MOST INFLUENTIAL MUSICIANS (TO ME) WHO PASSED AWAY IN THE NOUGHTIES
Bringing bit of a downer on things now, but looking at The Observer Music Monthly list in the same vain it made me realise how many amazing musicians have departed from us in the last 10 years. Below are my most influencial...
JAM MASTER JAY
LISA 'LEFT EYE' LOPES
OL' DIRTY BASTARD
As the Noughties come to an end, I have been reading various magazines/newspapers and listening to radio shows that are talking about their 'best of' lists from the Noughties. Some I agree with, some I definitely don't and some are reminding me of things or people I had forgotten about. I am going to do a few of my own, starting with
MY TOP 10 ALBUMS FROM THE NOUGHTIES
The more I thought about this, the more I changed my mind of what order they should be. Each has been my favorite and on repeat at one point in my life,so I left them in no order.
Even now I feel like I have missed some off the list so it might be changed at a later stage. Also doing this list has made me realise that most of my all time favorite albums are from the 90s and older.
I have got 'Original Pirate Material' on repeat again, I forgot how good it is!
Thursday, 26 November 2009
Wednesday, 25 November 2009
Sunday, 22 November 2009
70 of Rankin's most famous celebrity subjects have re-worked his original photos for Youth Music's 10th Anniversary. The exhibition is on from the 9th-21st November at Phillips de Pury, 9 Howick Place SW1P 1BB
Images taken from the Dazed and Confuse site
Saturday, 21 November 2009
Tuesday, 17 November 2009
Sunday, 15 November 2009
I have been home for the weekend, only to find my Mum standing in these Alexander Wang boots. I was overwhelmed with jealousy at first, but then I realised that these babies will soon be handed down to me....and even though my clown feet are bigger than hers, I have tested them out and I reckon after some wear I could comfortably fit in them (even if a few toes have to be removed).