Archive for the ‘Media’ Category

Girls And Film reviewed

Saturday, July 1st, 2017

What the periodicals said about the new Moogieman album.

Nightshift
Issue 264, July 2017

Moogieman might yet end up enjoying the accolade of being the last ever artist to kick off the Oxford Punt and his 2016 opening set at the Purple Turtle remains a favourite memory of that May evening. The bulk of the intervening year has seen him tinker with the finishing touches to this album. (more…)

Night of the living books

Thursday, May 16th, 2013
Moogieman plays the dragon - by Laura Knowles

So, the last In The Spotlight – the boutique semi-open variety night at the Albion Beatnik Bookstore, run by Moogieman and Lewis Newcombe – coincided with World Book Night.

‘What’s World Book Night?’ I hear you ask, ‘and is it related to World Book Day?’ Normally you’d expect the night to immediately follow, apart from some unspecified but certainly brief twighlight period, the day.
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Check out some early colour film, isn’t it beautiful?

Friday, February 15th, 2013

This is some of the earliest colour movie footage. It was scanned recently and put on YouTube by Kodak, who created it as a test clip in 1922. That’s 13 years before the first full-length colour feature film, Becky Sharp.

The film was produced using the two-colour Kodakchrome process. (more…)

Things you thought you knew, overturned in an instant

Monday, May 21st, 2012

The NHS is the third largest organisation in the world, behind the Chinese Red Army and the Indian State Railway. I’ve often heard this impressive statistic cited. In fact I’ve said it myself on more than one occasion.

As you’ve no doubt guessed from the title of the article, IT ISN’T TRUE. It may have been once but the world is a fast changing place. (more…)