Sex sells, and in today’s times its market is getting younger and younger. But what happens when rising forces of conservatism butt heads with an increasing sexualisation of young girls?
Archive for July, 2006
Thomasin Sleigh talks to John Borley about his project ‘Return’ at the Blue Oyster in Dunedin.
Another quietly glittering facet of the NZ free noise/drone set, Anthony Milton has released a score of recordings under various monikers (both alone and in collaboration) on a variety of labels while also spreading the love around with his own imprint, PseudoArcana.
THE UNIVERSITY last week approved a policy on student workloads, laying out guidelines for lecturers to follow when devising courses.
The word disappointed does not even fully explain how I felt about the film Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest.
If the world needed the missing link between Wayne Coyne, Brian Wilson and Thom Yorke (and I firmly believe it does) then we have it now, in Voom’s cracked-of-vox and sincere-ofheart frontman Buzz Moller.
It had taken me a good twenty minutes but I had figured it out: “Perdón, de dónde esta la oficina de informacion por favour?” Subtitle: “Excuse me, where is the information office? Please dude, check this out, I’m speaking Spanish”.
The story was really quite amazing. A small creature made its way out of its oppressor’s prison in a daring bid for freedom. Unless you have been living under a rock you will know the animal I am talking about.