Daily archives: March 8, 2010

I’m falling in love with Echobelly again

Echobelly should have been the big band of 1994. Instead we got Oasis. Whilst I have a soft spot for the Burnage monkey boys’ output, Sonya Aurora Madan’s band was more interesting.

As I work my way through the large number of mp3s on my hard drive I’ve been reminded that I don’t have all of Echobelly’s stuff. So I’m off to rectify that. And you should be too.

The EchobelytvSME channel on YouTube has I Can’t Imagine The World Without Me, The World Is Flat and Here Comes The Big Rush at high quality, but has turned embedding off, which is annoying.

Everyday People- Spencer Tunick’s naked installations are coming to Manchester, get involved

Spencer Tunick is known for creating art installations involving hundreds of naked people and photographing them. He’s done them all over the world, and now he’s coming to Manchester and Salford. Sign up through the Lowry to take part in the two day event, Tunick’s first multi location shoot, which has been inspired by the art of L S Lowry himself.