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What Just Happened? In March only this mattered The stories you readers read the most in March 2023

What Just Happened? In March only this mattered

The stories you readers read the most in March 2023

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

approximate reading time: minutes

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What just happened? Here are the stories our readers read the most in March 2023... It's beginning to look a lot like a slightly wonky 80s S.M.E.R.S.H. Hits or whatever that was called. Let's hope none of our writers hear about that Pet Shop Boys Singles Box coming out any day now...

All The Hits from March 2023

  1. Top 40 Madonna Moments by Alarcon
    Madonna at 40 years into her career
  2. a shopping list and Lowry by Wayne Dean-Richards
    Second poem in the series 'It's a Mad World, But Funny' by Wayne Dean-Richards
  3. Edward Ka-Spel is a national treasure by Alan Rider
    Alan Rider seeks Permission to Leave the Temple
  4. Launching Party in God's Country by Ancient Champion
    Kerry Hadley-Pryce's third novel gets a reading and a right old send off at Voce Books
  5. The Importance of Being Mediocre by Tim London
    Piper Torrison and Keely Martin discuss what matters
  6. The Way to Hornsey Rise by LamontPaul
    Jeremy Worman's autobiographical novel from Holland Park Press
  7. Track by Track: 'Stanford' by Senestra by LamontPaul
    Alan Rider talks us through Senestra's new Dark Electronic production, Stanford
  8. End of Rock 'n' Roll by LamontPaul
    Jeremy Gluck and Paul Hazel are calling it
  9. Goin' Back To My Industrial Roots by Meave Haughey
    Meave Haughey reads the new short story collection from Lisa Pike
  10. Glenn Hardy Jr.: A Portrait of an American by Chantal
    Outsideleft Arts & Design Editor Chantal talks to a rising star of American painting, Glenn Hardy Jr.
  11. Is It All About Feeding Bono's Ego At This Point by Alarcon
    When does U2 realize that the best thing for it is a calm, dignified hiatus?
  12. Ancient Champion: Early Encounter with the Bard by Ancient Champion
    I can't remember the last time there was an Ancient Champion column
  13. Is Indie Pop Alive and Kicking? by Tim Sparks
    Tim Sparks asks Indie Pop band The Resolve to give us the answer...
  14. Anarchy and Industry by Alan Rider
    Alan Rider listens to Texas based electronic-industrial musician Scott Crow's first solo collection
  15. John Robinson's Exhaustive, Masochistic and Entertaining (For Us), Chart Survey by John Robinson
    John Robinson listens to this week's Top 40 Countdown, so you don't have to
  16. Film News - The World We Knew - Now Available in the UK by Sheridan Coyle
    Longtime Outsideleft favourite finally hits UK streaming platforms and DVD racks
  17. The Book Of Bare Life & Returns by Tim London
    Tim London Considers Alcohol and Redemption while listening to David Benjamin Blower's new LP
  18. Outsideleft at SXSW: THIS WORLD IS NOT MY OWN - documentary review by Lake
    In the first of this year's reports from SXSW, Lake views a documentary on the artist Nellie Mae Rowe.
    Lake's notes from a dozen short films shown as part of SXSW Film 2023
  20. In a league of their own - the beginnings of British Electric Foundation by Alan Rider
    Music for Stowaways: How BEF became your BFF

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Publisher, Lamontpaul founded outsideleft with Alarcon in 2004 and is hanging on, saying, "I don't know how to stop this, exactly."

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