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The most widely read stories in Outsideleft in June

by OL House Writer,
first published: July, 2024

approximate reading time: minutes

The most widely read stories in OUTSIDELEFT in June 2024

In June, Alan Rider asked what was so special about Rema Rema? Seems like the whole world was waiting to find out... I don't care about numbers and all that. I care about the art of writing and entertaining with words, while informing. But so many pages were viewed in  June it made me worry. Mainly about our bandwidth bill, but still. Thanks for reading. Here are links to popular stories you may have missed.

  1. Rema Rema – Fonder recollections 2024-06-17 by Alan Rider
    Alan Rider asks Max and Mark from Rema Rema and Film Director Marco Porsia just what was so special about Rema Rema?
  2. Outsideleft Night Out with Soho 2024-06-15 by LamontPaul
    Soho, DJ's Agata Makiela and Woodenhand on the first Friday of July at Cork's in Bearwood
  3. Autonomy. Steve Diggle's Portrait of a Buzzcock 2024-06-04 by LamontPaul
    Guitarist and Singer Steve Diggle opens up about an iconic career
  4. Sunday Morning Poet 2024-06-09 by OL House Writer
    RM Francis delivers Anthony as a Sunday Morning Poem
  5. Music From The Outer Fringes 2024-06-05 by Alan Rider
    David Elliot's seminal early 80's underground Krautrock publication Neumusik is collected together in a new book
  6. Vividly Iridescent Mountainscape 2024-06-21 by Lee Paul
    Iridescent is the third LP of post-rock ambience and colossal riffs from Mountainscape
  7. Françoise Hardy 2024-06-14 by OL House Writer
    Five songs from Françoise Hardy
  8. Young Jesus Comes Back After All 2024-06-11 by Ancient Champion
    The new LP from Young Jesus, you can call it a comeback
  9. Cale and Hearty 2024-06-06 by David O'Byrne
    John Cale releases POPtical Illusion David O'Byrne listens in
  10. Chico Buarque: A Genius and Giant in Brazilian Culture 2024-06-25 by Sofia Ribeiro Willcox
    Sofia Ribeiro Willcox traces the career of Chico Buarque
  11. From Heist to Hits... 2024-06-08 by Sofia Ribeiro Willcox
    Sofia Ribeiro Willcox on the unlikely musical legacy of the 1963 Great Train Robbery
  12. Hinds Give No Quarter 2024-06-18 by David O'Byrne
    David O'Byrne Hears Hinds...
  13. Duosonic 2024-06-10 by Lee Paul
    Oh What an Outsideleft Night Out with The Swampmeat Family Duo, DJ Richard Leigh, DJ Woodenhand & You
  14. BMXS!!! 2024-06-12 by John Robinson
    Dreamers on the Run, BMX Bandits 12th studio LP is knowingly poptastic...
  15. Cracking the Code of Clube da Esquina 2024-06-15 by Sofia Ribeiro Willcox
    Listening to records with my father...
  16. Five Easy Pieces 2024-06-22 by LamontPaul
    Michelle Watson talks us through five favourite pieces...
  17. Come to Pepe 2024-06-27 by John Robinson
    John Robinson takes an unlikely tour of Scandinavia embracing funk, hip-hop, progressive rock, pop, surf music and psychedelia
  18. Musical Memoirs: As For the Future's Soundscape 2024-06-21 by Sofia Ribeiro Willcox
    Sofia Ribeiro Willcox listens to the new LP by As For the Future'
  19. Amigo The Devil in Your Neck (of the woods) 2024-06-16 by Ogglypoogly
    Amigo the Devil is touring the UK and Ireland
  20. Dig the Old Breed(ers) 2024-06-29 by David O'Byrne
    David O'Byrne gets transported to the Big Sur of our Dreams

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Main image Rema Rema by Paul Stahl



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