Friday, October 29, 2010

One step forward, one step back

Up and down day. Very positive meeting with the State Administration of Cultural Heritage about a long term programme of UK-China co-operation, followed by a long, tense teleconference with London about something else and involving too many people. Twelve hours in the office. Looking forward to the weekend.

1 comment:

  1. A step forward into the past looking forward in the ontologically haunted now. To make sens e of this go to latest WB post:

    Even if you dont buy the pretentious hogwash you'll absolutely thrill to this music. Its made for my man. I quote (myself):

    Amongst the scattered electro-static and glitchy debris are some melodic reminders that cutting edge sounds of the 70s were as much the preserve of the parochial and pedestrian as the experimentalists. Indeed, parts of this release sound like a great lost Cluster album somewhere between Zuckerzeit and Sowiesoso.

    DL it fellah and let me know what you think.