sadly, it has been a rather slow month for my own glasswerk activities.
and i think most of it can be attributed to the recent departure of an editor that during has tenure had managed to keep on top of mailing out promos and weeding out the type of music that was distinctly appealling to my eclectic tastes.
since his leaving, there have been no more care packages of dizzyingly bizarre CDs dropping through my letterbox, there have been no more opportunities for live reviews, and even my recounting of Crystal Fighters outstanding performance at Shepherds Bush Empire, which i arranged myself, never did make it onto the glasswerk website, so i took the liberty of posting it up earlier in september for my own readers.
meaning there are just two reviews to point you in the direction of.
first up was Gazelle Twin's surreal set-piece at an old metal works building in Islington. The album launched at the show is a magnificent long-player displaying otherwordly qualities, how would this rich and vastly textured music translate live?
find out what i thought in my review.
Gazelle Twin live review here.
and the second review is a different take on my review of The Others live return, that has already been discussed on the pages of Seeking Susan Boyle. You may notice a couple of similarities between the articles, but i do strive to give a different and slightly more impartial stance for my glasswerk piece.
The Others live review here.
and that is it i'm afraid, and unless things take a sudden and drastic change for the better, i wouldn't hold out too much hope for a review roundup at all covering october.