The Null Device
Today is F14, the international day of protest against the oldest and most
cutthroat form of Darwinian capitalism, the sexual marketplace.
Today is a good day to listen to your Smiths records.
(Even if you are happy wherever you are, you can surely remember a time when
you weren't, perhaps in your distant youth; or in the immortal words
"and when you're dancing and laughing and finally living, hear my voice in
your head and
think of me kindly
". So spare a thought today for poor old Moz,
sitting alone in his Los Angeles home with an album's worth of songs nobody
will give him money to record.)
Tonight, however, I won't be spending the evening alone with my Smiths
records; I'll be going to the Punters Club, to see
Sir, Ninetynine and some outfit named
Love Of Diagrams. (Sir and Ninetynine are not to be missed; both of them
together, and at the fourth last ever gig at the Punters, even more so.)
If that's not enough, the show is subtitled "Love in a Casio World".
(What is it about the humble Casiotone keyboard?)
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