I spoke to Doran Edwards, the front man of the London-based band Weird Dreams, a while ago for Glass Magazine. Sometimes referred to as psych-pop core, or melodious melancholics (I particularly like that, being inclined to melancholy myself) and also labelled, or stereotyped, as “jangly power pop” – journalists have always loved a snappy handle for ease of reference.
But I’m always wary of an off-hand, throwaway categorisation, no matter how much wit it’s served with. I think it’s hard to describe good things in a few words, pithy though they may be. It diminishes somehow. But, ahh, but that’s why we have literature
Sorry, I’ve drifted.
Weird Dreams are good.
The interview was published yesterday here
Weird Dreams play at Birthdays, Stoke Newington Road, N16 London on Friday, October 26.
Craig Bower (left) and Doran Edwards (right) from Weird Dreams
Just a brief post. I interviewed the photo-artist Jamie Mcleod this month for the online edition of Glass Magazine. Here it is. I’d be delighted to read any comments you have.
As mentioned in an earlier post, the very talented Mcleod has his private view for his show Ottoman Fight Club, which the interview focuses on, at Dalston Superstore tonight, January 12 starting at 7pm.
The formidable and fantastic Tiff McGinnis, aka Grande Dame, will be providing the sounds, the author Bertie Marshall will be reading and the Ginger Light, fronted by poet and writer Jeremy Reed will be performing.
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