Edward Scissortongue Interview

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In an era when journalists, fans and artists are fixated on the need to categorise their music into neat little cabinets and allotted spaces on shelves, it is refreshing to hear an artists… Continue reading

St. Pauls Carnival 2013

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The brilliant St. Pauls Carnival.

Gottwood Chapter 4

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Bugged Out Weekender 2013

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As Max (friend, cameraman and editor of the video below) and I arrived at the not so lavish gates of Bognor Regis, Butlins, I had a slight yet ever present sense of pre-night… Continue reading

Store coming soon

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Awesome goodies on the way!

Coming Soon!

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There’ll soon be some cool new fiction on these pages. Come back soon and have a read.

Newspeak totes sux0r

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     What kind of self-righteous paranoid pseudo-revolutionary would I be if I didn’t, at some point, relate some current trivial trend to an outrageous Marxist conspiracy theory? I can’t go on any… Continue reading

Graffiti by the sea

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Graff by the Sea The graffiti that appears in Brighton has its roots in the disenfranchised, rebellious black youth culture of New York in the 70’s. Graffiti is one of the three components… Continue reading

5 future technologies you really should know about – #1 Geo-engineering

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If you are unfortunate enough to have had me as a dinner party guest or acquainting you on whiskey fuelled train journeys you will already have been subjected my pedagogic techno-future rants. If… Continue reading

Introducing Stout Full

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There’s a certain type of person we all met in our lives that don’t sail their ships in the usual calm realms of reality. A certain type of person that decides (whether consciously or… Continue reading

Introducing J-Shoots

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Hello all, I’m proud to introduce myself as the newest member of the Mandroid collective. I will be running the Flickr Feature which will go out every sunday showcasing a photographer’s work which… Continue reading

Review of Her Majesties Prison Service

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You might be aware by now, my writing novelty factor (which I’m desperately milking to appear interesting and distinguished), is that I am an ex-convict. It’s nothing new really, but non-cons still seem… Continue reading

Excuse Me I Think You Owe Me Some Change?

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“In an elitist and non-direct democracy like ours a transparent and fair policy process is entirely impossible because the inequalities in the financial system make a balanced hearing of evidence impossible. All studies… Continue reading

The Story of my Arrest (Part 1)

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Usually those memories of the defining days of our lives stay fresh, lucid and objective in our minds, ready to revisit any moment “as if it was yesterday” as the cliché goes. But,… Continue reading

The Media, The Internet and a whole lot of legal highs

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The past 12 months have been some of the most newsworthy in my living memory, any of the dozen major stories would usually suffice to sell a whole summers worth of papers. We… Continue reading

General Higgnorance

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It’s already cliché, I know, but it does appear that we are living in a profound age; I shouldn’t need to list the reasons. Obliged by my science fanboyism, I watched yet another… Continue reading