Here is the blurb I wrote for it:
“wikipedia says it will pass is a deeply funny and evocative collection, and not just for those of us who have spent countless long evenings trying to impress disinterested lesbians on Google Chat, for anybody who appreciates humor, well-written poetry, and genuine self-expression… a welcome series of flashing lights in the lovely, confusing pinball arcade of life.”
- andrew battershill // co-editor, dragnet magazine
The Close-minded Post-Structuturalist: Music Edition
dragnetmag: (Andrew’s other tumblr)
“Firstly both rhythm and tone are obviously capitalist constructs. Secondly if you haven’t discovered and then rejected the magic of the pentatonic scale already you don’t even belong in this conversation.”
I first said this to Graham to make fun of his “love of music”, then I looked up what any of it actually meant.
This is not my real tumblr.
The ones I really post on are called: jotcamp and Dragnet Magazine.
While I totally fucking abhor the idea of a film actually trying to dramatize the struggles of a 20th century ROYALTY FIGURE, this picture is really, really cool.
Adam Simpson made some lovely illustrations for the BAFTA Film Awards depicting this year’s five Best Film nominees. This one for The King’s Speech is my personal favourite, but they’re all really terrific. See them all here, and read more about it on the BAFTA website.
A quick glimpse into the inner workings of Dragnet Magazine
Andrew: Does me not being able to understand Twitter mean that Kim Kardashian is smarter than me?
Jeremy: Haha. I had no idea you could only private message mutual followers either, so Kim Kardashian is better than both of us… :(
Andrew: I think you ass is cuter than hers, even if she does have the brain-power edge.
Jeremy: Haha, snap.