Posts Tagged: ‘listening’

graveyard train… brunswick alley… history

May 14, 2011 Posted by the writer

This is what happens in Brunswick alleyways.

Wait wait… let me say that this is the very first time I’ve posted twice in one day (not because of international time zones).


Good songs get played on repeat until you get bored of them. Great songs you might actually pay to see live. The illest, filthiest, hottest tracks have you ripping off your sweaty clothes, or someone else’s if you’re lucky.

3:14 – 4:14 (for real…)

Although I heard this song earlier today on the CD, I find unique filth in the youtube clip. So much that I had to share it right very now…

Now off you go to blast loudy and tear off clothing…

(ps. Dear US, please stop giving Keith Urban grammies… seriously.)

east coast australia. go to this show.

May 14, 2011 Posted by the writer

It may sound ironic for me to say this as a Writer, however I truly believe that the best things in life extend beyond language. Music remains one of my greatest inspirations. Brilliant music takes me to a place past words. It sends tones into the pit of my stomach that somehow stir me and make me want to express that feeling that is simply inexplicable.

I’ve lived in Australia for eight years. I’ve seen a lot of bands. I’ve heard about Melbourne’s pools of talent. I’ve experienced some great live acts.

Nothing quite like these boys: (more…)

happy friday the 13th to all the spooky fuckers!

May 13, 2011 Posted by the writer

It’s 2.30 in the morning Melbourne time… FRIDAY THE 13TH! Not that I’m superstitious, but I do reckon the cult’s a bit spooky. So watch out for werewolves! Unless that’s your thing… in which instance why wait for Friday the 13th?

A piece from the spookiest band in Australia! Meet Graveyard Train (and yes, that is a mummy riding shoulders in the crowd…)

I saw them last Friday at HiFi and they’re presently touring the EAST COAST. Get there!

Writing, words, and thinking have my sleeping patterns dipping and rising, circling left. This week, in fact, has been a somewhat dreamy walk where there were days and nights, sunshine and rain, laughter, silence…etc.

I go through periods of fierce introspection that sometimes frustrate people that don’t know me very well. And trust me blog family, I’m not a very easy person to know.

introspection | intr spek sh n|
the examination or observation of one’s own mental and emotional processes : quiet introspection can be extremely valuable.

On the plus side, I’m writing a lot. I’m sick of not having a book-book out. My poetry volumes are great for people who actually care about that side of my work, but I’m happy to whack out a best seller and get on with it already.



what it feels like. how it sounds.

November 9, 2010 Posted by the writer

Today feels like this to me so far:

relive to living

believe redefined. to rediscover space.
lungs guzzling life. your silhouette.
sea. i knew by the tide. (more…)

love light drifting in a beautiful, musical world

November 5, 2010 Posted by the writer

Considering that a vast collection of my pieces fall into the ‘dark’ category, people are often surprised when they meet me in person. I like writing dark and living light.

A very good friend of mine actually emailed me the other day after reading some of my new work to make sure I was ok. Sometimes I don’t even realize how hard my words can hit… I think that’s kind of hot.

The irony is that I’m actually a magical green fairy floating around, love spreading. Sure we all wear a few hats in our daily roles – but that’s my main one. I’ve accepted that I can’t change the entire world, but I can make someone’s day. I make a point to do that every day, brighten a life… bring out a smile. (more…)

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