Wednesday, 29 July 2015

DC's - Martin Kippenberger - The Happy End of Franz Kafka’s ‘Amerika’ Day

Pleased to announce that today I host a Martin Kippenberger - The Happy End of Franz Kafka’s ‘Amerika’ Day on Dennis Cooper's blog: 

Monday, 29 June 2015


Bought a few items: 

 Ágota Kristóf - The Notebook (CB Editions), £3.98

Blue Russell - I Wanna Fly Away 12" (Dark Entries), £13.50

Clay Pedrini - New Dream 12" (Dark Entries), £13.50

A Thunder Orchestra ‎– Shall I Do It? 12" (Bio Rhythm), £7.99

Sunday, 28 June 2015


The SPUD boys L-R: Craig Wright, Andrew Maclean, Fraser Brownlee, Tom Carlile, your correspondent. The SPUD Zine ladies were otherwise engaged.

For the 2015 Print Festival Scotland, the Dundee Print Collective has joined forces with Yuck ’n Yum to produce SPUD. That’s the official unofficial zine of the festival.

But what is SPUD and what does it want from you?

Well, we dunno! That just depends on you.

SPUD is black and white, 8 pages per issue, with one published each day over the course of the festival. There will be many ways you can have your work included in the SPUD zine. Potato printing at the HMC! Beer mat printing in various pubs around Dundee! Not to mention a whole host of other workshops around the city. We’re accepting submissions from print makers at all levels, so please just email us your ideas,art and photos of the festival but please remember it's a black and white zine.

We cannae pay you like, but just think of the prestige of being included in one of the 50 limited edition zines. Instant cultural capital can be yours!

Please email images to:

Its Facebook page is at and its Twitter feed is at

A highly covetable collection of the first 3 issues.

Sunday, 21 June 2015

Friday, 5 June 2015


Bought a few items:

Lynne Tillman - Motion Sickness (Red Lemonade), £2.90

Don't Deliver Us From Evil (Mondo Macabro) DVD, £9.26 

Holly Herndon - Platform 2LP (4AD), £18.25

Inigo Kennedy ‎– Vaudeville 2LP + CD (Token), £15.50

Saturday, 30 May 2015

They Had Four Years @ Generator Projects 30.05.15 - pictures

To the Generator today for the 2015 installment of They Had Four Years, their showcase of the previous year's art school alumni. I took a few photos and here they are:

The name of the show is They Had Four Years

Cameron Orr - See You Next Tuesday 

Cameron Orr - See You Next Tuesday 

Lily Morris

Alima Askew + Timothea Armour - Earnest Camouflage 

Aaron McCarthy - Believe in the words you take and then speak forever

Wednesday, 20 May 2015


Bought a few items:

James Champagne - Autopsy of an Eldritch City: Ten Tales of Strange and Unproductive Thinking (Rebel Satori Press), £10.98

Brandi Wells - This Boring Apocalypse (Civil Coping Mechanisms), £9.06

Actress - DJ Kicks (Studio !K7) 2LP + CD, £18.99