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Something to Fill


If you’re into weird, 70s influenced electronic music mixed with folk (and let’s face it, who isn’t? ) you should check out Belbury Poly from Ghost Box Records. This piece is a lift from their song “My Hands”, a short, fantastic piece with possibly a sample from somewhere I don’t know.

This is a kind of precursor to me talking more about some spiritual stuff I want to cover – God does leave a space to be filled in our lives, and in the West, when we decondition from religion, we’re not provided with easily available ways to deal with that. Hence spiritual crisis etc.

More on that topic later…

Be prepared….


…for something a little different.

Colin Bell (Jonbot vs Martha/Detective Spacecat/Gentleman geek) decided that instead of Nanowrimo, Novel Writing Month, he’d do Personal Comic Drawing Month, or something. I decide to join in. He probably thinks I’ve not been doing it, but he’s wrong, wrong I tells ya!!

I’m a little behind in posting them, but today you’re getting a deluge of the first three days of my PeCoDraMo strip – “In the World of the Durdleburg”.

I’ve decided to keep posting these in SSRI because, well, I hope they’re something interesting! They’ll be tagged separately though, should you wish to follow the strips individually. You might not, you know. Not after you read it.

(Oh and expect to see ‘Gizmo’ more often; it’s a contraction of ‘Garrymeaux’ and I quite like it as an alias…)