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Luke Skinner

Luke Skinner lives in a room constructed out of comic long boxes somewhere in London.

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The Man With The Fat Face 09.03.2012
Monster Mash 12.07.2010
MCM EXPO 2010 - Sex and Violence, Free Hugs and Silence 11.03.2010

One Less White Negro
Outsideleft literary editor, Joe Ambrose on the old man's death of Norman Mailer
CD Rose: It's Over
The curtain comes down on CD Rose Week at Outsideleft with the launch of our new episodic list item... I'd Go To The Ends of the Earth To Never Hear These Songs Again
Home Thoughts from Abroad on Saint Patrick's Day
Joe Ambrose finds plenty to love and loathe amongst the London Irish, the Irish Irish and assorted Brits on St. Patrick's Day
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).
Mercury Rev in Dublin
Fifteen years, two lead men, drug abuse, revolving door of key members, and the heady heights of commercialism. This was destined to be brilliant before I even got there...
Hating Those Meeces To Pieces
Modest Mouse breaks through the wall of irrelevancy I erected around them with a glimmering pop monster of a new record.
Some of our favorite things...