Tag Archives: Music

Temporal Fix


The first EP from Temporal Fix went on-line this week. Consisting of sound and music from Olaf Boqwist and lyrics and vocals from myself, we’re exploring new avenues of poe-try and muesik…

You can listen on Soundcloud and Bandcamp.

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World MS Day… update and all that jazz…


So, apparently today is World MS Day

Not sure why today was chosen but hey, any way to increase knowledge about the condition I happen to have been diagnosed with is something I suppose…

In my own personal terms, I’ve been on the old Tecfidera for over a month now and no real problems. Feeling positive about moving cross Europa¬†(er, by plane) to Italia in a month or so. Also been busy on a musical project which will see the light of day very soon…so hold onto your headpiece…


RobotMonk DJ Set @ Dreams of Neon, 23/03/2013

dreams of neon

I had a great night on Saturday DJing a chip tune and SID inspired DJ set at the Dreams of Neon electronic disko night here in Berlin.. it was the first time I had played since last summer and it was a great laugh! You can hear my set with full track listing over on my Mixcloud page here

Know The Score – This Must Be The Place


KNOW THE SCORE – This Must Be The Place

Due to appear in a forthcoming issue of Clash Magazine, this is a brief look at the soundtrack from This Must Be The Place

Paolo Sorrentino’s unique tale of a goth-rocker avenging his father’s Nazi era torment is beautifully complemented by a soundtrack dreamt up by Will Oldham and David Byrne. Performing as the amusingly named – and totally untrue – The Pieces of Shit, the duo (along with vocalist Michael Brunnick) contributes some of the film’s most dream-like songs. Also featuring Nino Bruno’s sublime Every Day is a Weary Wait from and classics from Iggy Pop (The Passenger) and Byrne himself, the score is a perfect accompaniment to one of this year’s most haunting releases.

Glastonbury – The Movie In Flashback – Out on DVD now…

My review of ‘back to ’93 music doc ‘Glastonbury – The Movie In Flashback is over at Clash Magazine