5 October 2016
State of Blog Address - Systems are still down.
Just a quick update - we (Eddie) are still down on the laptop front (currently I have a lend of a device just to type this). So there is a little bit of a backlog with the review and submissions; I can only apologise, but life can do this to you sometimes. Once everything is up to date, I will have a lot of stuff to tell you. As for the others, to be honest there has been some health and family issues which they have to attend to which obviously have to take priority over the blog for now, which is something I am sure all of you will understand.
However - we will be back soon, we will have more reviews and I hope you are all doing well.....even Future of the Left.
Eddie - ATTIWLTMOWOS
Current listening's from Eddie
Scroobius Pip - Distraction Pieces Podcast
Volbeat - Seal The Deal & Let's Boogie
Led Zeppelin - Coda
John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman - John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman
Autoheart - I Can Build A Fire
Ryan Adams - 1989
Ben Folds Five - Whatever & Ever Amen
Pixies - Bossnova
Pearl Jam - Lost Dogs
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Skeleton Tree
PJ Harvey - Let England Shake
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