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Mint Magazine Podcast #10

The Mint Magazine podcast, rammed full of new music.

Seven Deadly: YouTube Fetishes NSFW

Finding sexual arousal in the dark recesses of youtube.

Mint Magazine Podcast: Close Encounters #8

Mint Magazine hosts Ian James and Marcus Harris guide you through their first podcast of 2012, we listen to some great music and look forward to some really exciting releases in 2012 and possibly get a bit confused.

Mint Podcast: Close Encounters of the Heard Kind #7 The best of 2011

Marcus Harris and Ian James are taking a slight detour in their final podcast of 2011 to bring you something a little longer than usual in an attempt to encompass the tracks they have had on repeat in 2011.

Mint Podcast: Close Encounters of the Heard Kind #5

This week or podcast, Close Encounters of the Heard Kind, is joined by Mint Magazine columnist Tom Hinton, you know, the man responsible for all of those 33-45 vinyl review columns that we assume you spend all of your money on every weekend.

Mint Magazine Podcast #4: Close Encounters of the Heard Kind

Mint editor Marcus Harris and broadcaster Ian James join forces every week to bring readers a selection of their favourite tracks from the past, present and future. This week they talk about the importance of lists in music journalism and say farewell to some extraordinary people.

Mint Magazine Podcast #3: Close Encounters of the Heard Kind

Mint Magazine editor Marcus Harris and his broadcasting compadre Ian James are joining forces every week to bring the mint readers a selection of our favourite tracks from the past, present and future. This week we get very cosy with the people Scandinavia, talk about the genesis of punk and slightly let slip our albums of the year…

Mint Magazine Podcast #2: Close Encounters of the Heard Kind

This week we shoot the breeze about the evil forces of Lana Del Ray, the death of the CD and Skins (the TV show). There is also some great music in there too.

World in Motion: 7,000,000,000

Whilst I write this somewhere on our planet some screaming blood covered baby will be the seven billionth person on this earth. It is obviously impossible to pinpoint exactly who all of our future overpopulation problems are down to, but the little bastard is out there somewhere.

“Metaphorically Beige” – Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead Heath, 2011

It is a cold and damp Autumnal evening on Hampstead Heath and we are walking across a muddy field towards what looks like a giant wedding marquee illuminated by floodlights and not one of us can get mobile phone signal. Despite the Affordable Art Fair’s best efforts (up-market location, fake grass dotted around the entrance, etc) it feels as if we are sneaking into the back of a festival.


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GENERAL.

Cougar Town

I have never thought of myself as a cougar. In fact, rather than a cradle-robber, I call myself grave-robber. I like my men inches from death (give or take 20-30…

GENERAL.

Skull Gang Foraging Club: Smoked

We have been talking about building a smoker for quite some time. We spend evenings listing items we could smoke if we had one. This is how you build a…

MIXTAPES.

Mild Manners/Wild Mammals.

Mild Manners is a year old and they're giving you a present in the form of a free download.