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Bruce Bailey

Bruce Bailey lives in the East End with his wife, his son and a cat. A one-time serious academic, he now considers himself unbeatable at Fifa 11 and needs a strategy for finishing Infinite Jest. When not dreaming of writing something longer and more moving than his CV, he is to be found in Notting Hill. Mooching about.

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Frozen Like The Wolf 01.29.2011
Crying In The Cinema 11.25.2010

Happy Shopper #14 - Tracks
Minimalist instrumentalist Tracks. From the North West of London with odd interludes in the North East of England. Like an ASBO John Fahey his new CD on Red Guard records gives us the creeps. In a good way.
A Painter's Life
Anthony Reynolds talks about five painters he likes
An Interview with a Devil
It's True! Devils Have All The Best Tunes...
Tav Falco's Blue Christmas Tour
We do say Christmas, because they do and while of course we have favorites and undermine our credibility with that - a Tav Falco tour should not go undocumented. Also, anything, anything with even a marginal Christmas connection gets our nod within the next 30 days. God knows I need to celebrate something...
The Howling Dogs from History's Prison
The Drones heap up shovelfuls of grave dirt from Australia's violent past to unearth the most harrowing rock album since "My Funeral, My Trial"
The Two Coreys
In 1988, the teen comedy "License to Drive" premiered in theaters when I was 14. My girlfriend and I went to the local Cineplex to watch it on one of our first dates. She fell in love with Corey Haim that night even though it was incredibly obvious to me, and every hetero male in the theater that he was a complete tool.
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