Monday, 26 March 2012
The London urban music folklorists who made the DIY doc 'Tape Crackers' [ ft. pirate jungle tapes from the 90's ] are back with a radio show. This session charts the history and pre history of Grime again through Finch's amazing tape collections of recordings of tunes and sets from london pirate radio.
Friday, 23 March 2012
A white tree has appeared above the spectral white stag at New Cross Gate.
It looks like a piece of street art, responding to the sighting. The tree has a more graphic/cartoon style with its black outline and simplified shape, more commonly used in street art and graffiti. The tree has been painted on top of the girder at street level and can be clearly seen to the passer by. The artist/artists have left there paint pot and water bottle.
What is interesting to me, are the strange dripping bubbles at the end of the branches and the cut halfway down the trunk.
Sunday, 11 March 2012
A rare spotting of the white stag 'out of borough' in neighbouring Southwark. It can be seen wandering through the now desolate council estate, amongst the unswept leaves, the wild growing graff and wonderful weeds.