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What Just Happened? In February The stories our readers read the most in February 2023

What Just Happened? In February

The stories our readers read the most in February 2023

by LamontPaul, Founder & Publisher
first published: March, 2023

approximate reading time: minutes

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What just happened? Here are the stories our readers read the most in February 2023... Jay, Jonathan Demme and New Order topped the lot. Momus, a perennial fave and Cassis B. Staudt kickin' it in the top 3 too... 

All The Hits from February 2023

  1. Start Making Sense by Jay Lewis
    How filmmaker Jonathan Demme changed the way Jay felt about New Order.
  2. Psychogeographical Sounds by John Robinson
    Momus releases Issyvoo
  3. On Making: An interview with Cassis B Staudt by LamontPaul
    Cassis B Staudt talks about Composing the Searching for Fritz Kann Original Soundtrack
  4. Welcome, Caroline Polachek by Erin
    It's Polachek's second album and 'nothing's gonna be the same again...'
  5. What Good Does It Do Us To Confront Despair? by Neil Scott
    Neil Scott's review of Darren Aronofsky's film, The Whale
  6. The New Pamela Anderson Documentary on Netflix is a Depressing Watch by Alarcon
    Anderson lets it all (emotionally) hang out in 'Pamela, a Love Story'
  7. No Yoga, Not in the Air, Not Tonight by Ancient Champion
    Museumgoer 21 is here and it's a big one
  8. Neutral Milk Hotel Will Live Forever by Ogglypoogly
    All goes on and on, inside the Neutral Milk Hotel box set
  9. Who Am I If I Don't Represent? by Lee Paul
    Glenn Hardy Jr at the Charlie James Gallery
  10. Obligation and Ambivalence by Meave Haughey
    Meave Haughey reads Lynne Tillman's Mothercare
  11. Wayne Dean-Richards' Mad Idea by LamontPaul
    'It's A Mad World But Funny' consists of 18 poems by Wayne Dean-Richards. They're gonna be drip, drip, dripped out to Outsideleft readers
  12. Hamish Hawk's Angel Numbers by Ogglypoogly
    Ogglypoogly identifies a pattern here
  13. Wayne Dean-Richards new poetry series begins here by Wayne Dean-Richards
    a father's advice to a son being interviewed to work on the Coventry Ring Road - 1958
  14. The Artist Formerly Known as Camille... Prince's lost album 'comes out' by The Conversation
    The first in a series of pieces we've chosen to republish from The Conversation
  15. Hania Rani: On Giacometti by Jay Lewis
    A soundtrack celebrating the great artist.
  16. Auf der Suche nach Fritz Kann by LamontPaul
    Preistragerfilme des 32. Kinofest Lunen
  17. Searching For Fritz Kann by Ancient Champion
    A new film by Marcel Kolvenbach
  18. Max's Kings Road by Ancient Champion
    The Rise and Fall of the Hippest Street in the World
  19. Scott Covert - C'est La Vie by Lake
    Lake on the first UK show from grave rubbing artist Scott Covert.
  20. De La Soul's Trugoy The Dove was a true musical disruptor who broke the hip-hop mould by The Conversation
    Republished from The Conversation

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