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  • bloodandfoam

    I know, right - so chill! She is the polar opposite of this guy's covers (, which are hilarious.

    13 Nov 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    Still like Damn These Vampires? This cover is as good as the original (shocking, I know).

    7 Nov 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    Hello! I am considering building a bicycle from scratch over the summer (a road bike, since I already have a mountain one). You did this successfully, as I recall - any tips to avoid killing myself and all around me?

    7 Out 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    Oh my god. How did I not run into this album sooner?

    7 Set 2011 Responder
  • nazlyyy

    have you listened to YOB before? really think you'd like them.

    6 Set 2011 Responder
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    3 Set 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    Oh look, your last 3 months top tracks is the tracklist from All Eternals Deck. That is brilliant.

    20 Ago 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam, oh my god this is amazing

    18 Ago 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    To my eternal shame I have not yet put pen to paper. I plead severe moral weakness and the fact that my final two exams are five days away. After they're out of the way I will sit down with an epistolary cup of tea and a wad of notepaper, but I think it might be to write a reply to your letter. (Much as I love the idea of a race to the post-office, constantly writing - lettering? posting? - past each other sounds like a drag.)

    18 Jun 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    Yes indeed; and the dubiously-autobiographical tales of hideous sexual embarrassment . One guy workshopped what was essentially gay porn. I mean, there's a time and a place. And the place is not my Novels tute. I haven't touched MSN in forever but I shall log on when I can in the next few days - time zones might mess us around though. Your plans sound interesting! I wish I had plans for the mid-semesters beyond "write a little, drink a little". Maybe yours will inspire me to do something with my life?

    13 Mai 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    Oh, that's no good. I don't suppose by this Buffalo festival you mean ZOOP? I would do terrible things to attend that. My exams are coming up in about three awful months and then I will have a scanty period of freedom before semester two sinks its teeth in. Right now I'm dealing with the standard Creative Writing major issue: an endless parade of budding authors/poets who relentlessly overshare. I do not need to know about your problems, strange dreadlocked man! I'm also considering taking a diploma in maths, as I've already done a fair few maths subjects that I could cross-credit to that and my BA. Do you know Pedro the Lion? I've been listening to them religiously (hurr), they're a genuinely good Christian rock band - or they were until their frontman lost religion, found alcoholism and started releasing excellent solo stuff. What are your plans for the holidays?

    9 Mai 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    Fantastic! I really hope he makes his way down to Melbourne at some point - it's disheartening reading about all the awesome live shows he's played in places that aren't Australia. If he does so over my exam period I will scream, but probably go see him anyway. How's your degree going? Still interested in teaching young folk? (Sorry about taking so long to reply, by the way! I haven't forgotten you; it's just that it's been pretty hectic over here.)

    25 Abr 2011 Responder
  • workorwar

    Udo isn't in Accept anymore, sadly! Which is why I'm not sure I want to go, haha. But I'm sure he's short and wrinkly and wears lots of camo!

    7 Abr 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    As a lowly Creative Writing student (and as a lowly undergrad) I never have too many papers even at the worst of times. However, I do have maths exams. Fair trade? Speaking of hip-hop that mocks its own posturing and silliness, I've been getting into The Melodics recently. They're a Melbourne electronica/hip-hop band; highly worth getting into for the accent alone. You'll probably never see them live, which is unfortunate since their shows are wild and crazy (bubble machines, crowd-surfing superhero-disguised backup dancers, mashups of 99 problems and 99 luftballoons). Is there any Canadian hip-hop you know that I might find amusing? And yes, I'm glad that you conceded a place to posturing and silliness. As much as I like plumbing the obscure depths of hipsterdom, I would hate to forgo characters like Jay-Z or Em entirely.

    17 Mar 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    Hello again! What have you been up to this month? Man, these last weeks have been crazy with uni starting again this year. To counteract the crushing stress of my eleven-hour week (I know, it's like I'm some kind of sweatshop labourer) I have taken up listening to the Bowerbirds. I highly recommend you give them a shot - at the very least they might break up your incredibly depressing band names with a bit of colour. Speaking of depressing, have you read American Psycho? It's like being fed feetfirst into a meat grinder, only the grinder tells you all about 80s fashion and proper skin maintenance before it gets to your head. Right now I'm pretty sure the movie is better, but hey, the book may yet surprise me.

    11 Mar 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    Now I really want to know what it is you have from the internet. RSI? No attention span? A collection of Star Wars action figures? Anyway I broke about four pairs of big headphones before I learnt my lesson and bought earbuds to wear away from home. My huge Sennheisers now live plugged into my computer and they're still getting a bit worn around the jack (you know when you have to twist it a bit to get music coming through both ears). What did you do/are you doing for V-Day? I ate lunch by myself and wrote a essay about love letters: all in all more enjoyable than previous years when I rushed about trying to please a significant other. I'd be interested in knowing at what point you guessed the end of PF (won't spoil it in case you've not finished yet). I only caught on about five pages before the reveal - in retrospect I should have been suspicious from way earlier.

    14 Fev 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    I may reconsider tumblr then. Right now my thinking is more towards disconnecting from the internet as much as possible; it being a tremendous sponge for all kinds of inspiration and motivation. How are you finding/did you find PF eventually? I'm burning through Kierkegaard's 'Seducer's Diary' at the moment, which is amazing and similar in a couple of respects to PF. Wouldn't want to read too much into that though, as the World's Sexiest Dane has very little in common with crazy old Kinbote. Have you listened to Ghana yet? Also yes, it is a constant source of irritation that doesn't let you paragraph anything. It makes me feel like a crazy old man on the bus, breathlessly raging about this or that.

    13 Fev 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    Also you should listen to The Anglo-Saxons by TMG. I tell you it's their most fun song ever (and that's counting Monkey Song and Golden Boy). Can't find it on YT but it's on Ghana if you have that album.

    4 Fev 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    Man, I have no idea how tumblr works. There are nested things and pictures and you can comment on them? If I make one you'll be the first to know, but don't hold your breath. I really liked Pale Fire! In fact one of the short stories I'm writing right now is directly inspired (directly ripped-off, if I'm honest) by a line from early on - the one where he corrects himself then says "I'm sorry, there is a very loud amusement park outside my lodgings" or something like that. If that sort of humour doesn't appeal to you then you're not really going to like the general style. I guess you might appreciate the two stories being threaded around each other; the whole Zemblan-king thing and the Kinbote-is-crazy thing. I recently got my hands on Ada or Ardor and that to my mind was harder to get through than Pale Fire, despite the whole rollicking dandy storyline. Have you read that?

    4 Fev 2011 Responder
  • bloodandfoam

    So: a brief look at your tumblr tells me you're a fan of Andrej the androgynous model? May interest you to know that he was in my year at high school. We weren't friends, but his growing celebrity was an infrequent topic of conversation around the courtyard. New students had to be convinced that he was male etc. He seemed monumentally self-assured, which I envied. It still surprises me to read articles about him in the paper/see that friends living on the other side of the world are fans of his.

    1 Fev 2011 Responder
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