Originally posted by Birdsong:
Sorry to lower the tone, but I'm back with Kai Motta, the High Priest of Rap.
very disappointed you took down the first picture of Rev Motta, he seemed like a fine figure of a lovely young man of the cloth, and if that picture above now is representative of our spiritual guiders then its sadly no surprise indeedy that church attendances are (apparently) on the increase
I expect to see this fully reviewed in 'The News of the World' (apparently Britain's biggest-selling newspaper)
Drugs and Religion? That canít be right surely...
Listening to Bibio: Ambivalence Avenue
came through the post this week (after a very long delay, mustíve been a strike or something).
I wasnít entirely grabbed by his first two albums, I love his nostalgia ambience, but just a bit too much of the folkyness mix for me, but he does it all so well. I got into Vignetting The Compost
more though, (his earlier album this year), but Ambivalence Avenue
is a bigger change of direction that opens up much more ground for me to enjoy.