Tag Archives: bibliotapes

Drew Mulholland

Not sure whether I’ve said this previously, but Burgess’ ‘A Clockwork Orange’ has always been a firm reading favourite around these parts, it’s just Kubrick’s film adaption of it that I’ve never cared for, same for ‘the Shining’ and ‘2001 … Continue reading

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adderall canyonly

Imminent happenings arriving shortly through the Dark Outside’s very excellent aural literary sub print Bibliotapes from Adderall Canyonly. a re-imagining of Philip K Dick’s dystopian ’74 novel ‘flow my tears, the policeman said’ to a newly peeled soundtrack. Perhaps to … Continue reading

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twenty three hanging trees

What looks like being a busy period of activity in the Dark Outside camp, word has it that various Handspan, Drew Mulholland, Adderall Canyonly and Delphine Dora and Sophie Cooper works are about to take flight, all mainly through the … Continue reading

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rupert lally

Fifth outing for the Dark Outside’s sub print, Bibliotapes. Imagined soundtracks drawn from the vast outlands of fantasy, sci-fi and horror film and book fayre, previous encounters have seen the likes of ‘day of the triffids’, ‘1984’, ‘magician’s nephew’ and … Continue reading

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rupert lally

Second instalment in the Bibliotapes series, this time a more darker affair distanced in a Radiophonic stillness, this is Rupert Lally’s sonic visualisation of Wyndham’s ecological nightmare ‘the day of the triffids’. A tensely wired suite stunned in regret and … Continue reading

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Ioan Morris

I owe my love of the printed word and indeed the appreciation of classical music and its majesty to my junior school teacher, Ms Quirk, those trips to the Philharmonic Hall (not the Pub that would come later for a … Continue reading

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