« unknown soldiers | Main | it's a syn »

nine miles

The Age reviews Ed Kuepper's new 3-CD compilation This is the Magic Mile and interviews David Sylvian about his Nine Horses project.

I'm not so sure about Patrick Donovan's strange theory, though:

Digital downloading of music and gentrification of inner-city suburbs continued to hurt the industry as we lost Melbourne institutions Gaslight Music and the Duke of Windsor (although St Kilda's Raoul Records was replaced by Pure Pop Records).

...Nevermind that Gaslight had been a shadow of its former self ever since Chaosmusic took over, and that was years ago. I'll go along with the gentrification theory for the Duke of Windsor, though (I heard it's suffering the same fate as the Punters Club and turning into a Bimbo Deluxe?).

* 20:53 * music · comments (0)


Comments have been closed for this post. If you've got something to say, please contact me by other means. Thanks!