Radio tings: I'm interviewed on BBC Radio London
I've been superwank (like supergeil, but superwank) at updating my blog recently. I went to Sonar in Barcelona, which was a great trip, but I'd only recommend going for the Friday night 30,000-people-heavy rave-up. On Thursday things are only warming up and come Saturday, everyone is too knackered from the night before. But Friday, in a ma-hoo-sive aircraft hanger the size of Kanye West's ego, was sweet. And I was somewhere in-between thousands of sweaty Spaniards to watch LCD Soundsystem punk the funk, which was a pretty awesome place to be. (Some pics to come, I imagine). Other than that I've just been lying on my sofa sweating and sweating hard at the amazing heatwave I've returned to.
But on Sunday morning (yes, at 9am) I went on Lesley Joseph (best known for her role as Dorian from 'Birds of a Feather')'s BBC Radio London show to chat about the pick of the week's cultural events. And I think it might become a regular fixture if I don't babble too much and I don't talk about Time Out events in such a geeky vernacular.
Still, you can listen to it if you wanna.