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Jason Lewis

Jason Lewis is a Birmingham based music, movie and arts obsessive.

Jason's encyclopedic knowledge of 80s/90s Arts films is a debt to his embedded status in the Triangle Arts Centre frontlines back then.

When Jason's not watching what other people are watching, and not listening to whatever other people are listening to he's taking the time out to tell people about it on his facebook page which is well worth checking out.

contributions

This is the Sea 05.22.2017
Tinariwen's Glee 03.18.2017
Sleaford Mods: Divide and Brexit 03.12.2017
Tell me Jesca Hoop, who are you this time? 02.27.2017
Tinariwen's Sub Saharan Homesick Blues 02.23.2017
Jason's Jukebox: Jason Lewis' recent release round up 02.17.2017
Gillian Welch reboots 02.14.2017
Loyle Carner - Yesterday's Gone 02.13.2017
Welcome Strangers! The Blue Aeroplanes Take Off 01.22.2017
Jason Lewis, The Year #3: Victory for the Sullen 12.25.2016
Jason Lewis, The Year: Love and (even more) Death 12.19.2016
Jason Lewis, The Year: Death at the Party 12.14.2016
Kate Tempest vs The Useless Redundant Fuckers That Rule The World 12.08.2016
Picture This #1: Bryan Ferry 11.13.2016
Cum on Feel PJ Harvey's Noize 11.05.2016

Product Review: Verizon FiOS
The missus and I just moved and when it was time to change internet providers, cable companies and phone lines, I was informed by a Verizon representative that we were special-- and not the retarded kind of special.
Behind the Counterculture #10: Angela Rippon
The OutsideLeft iPod... (Set to shuffle)
There isn't a week that goes by that we get an email from a reader wondering what we here in the OutsideLeft offices are listening to. Every now and then we'll get a good promo and listen to it for the entire day, but we also like the classics so our list is usually a mix of the old and the new. Here's what's on the office iPod this week (with links to the song's respective video for your viewing pleasure courtesy of YouTube.com).
300 Words From London: The Day The What Did What?
Giant apples and silver dogs. Keanu and his orb. Lake at the IMAX and lost in the Tate.
From the Desert to the Sea: The Desolation Center Experience
Cornelius Projects' new exhibition is a tribute to a series of punk and industrial concerts in the early 80s organized by the Desolation Center
On The Buses
Cheiron references classic British TV and gets on the Bus in Copenhagen.
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