Category Archives: Winter 2017:The Future is Behind Us.

Hope I Get Old Before I Die.

by Boff Whalley. Sukhdev Sandhu, reviewing Simon Reynolds’ book ‘Retromania’, refers to ‘the poverty of abundance’, describing how popular music can now be heard (and consumed) so easily and so universally that its ubiquity ‘puts a brake on its ability … Continue reading

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What’s to Admire About Iranian Women?

by Brian Griffith. It probably sounds condescending to say that Iranian women are often powerful—intellectually, artistically, morally, sexually, financially or spiritually. Such a statement suggests surprise, and of course it should be no surprise. It has been normal for rulers … Continue reading

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