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John Cooper Clarke Linocut Print Portrait

John Cooper Clarke Linocut Print Portrait

An original linocut print Portrait of Punk Poet and singer John Cooper Clarke. Limited edition of 23 in Black colour. Item details Handmade🖐 Materials Oil Based Ink, Linoleum, Zerkall 145 gms acid free paper. Dimensions Paper Size – 26.5 cm x 38 cm Printed Image size – approximately 18 cm x 26 cm Hand carved and hand printed by myself. For this print I used high quality oil-based ink from a lino block onto Zerkall 145 gms printmaking paper Printed…

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Ricky Palmer’s Soundtrack

Ricky Palmer’s Soundtrack

The new episode of Ricky Palmer’s Soundtrack by Felix Lombardo Is On. Checks It out and Follow the adventures of Ricky Palmer. (Listen The Last Episode) Something Touches The Skin On My Forehead. I am awake. I lie in bed, my eyes still closed. My head hurts. The air is foul. I remember nothing from last night. Nothing at all. Nothing except my name. My Name Is Ricky Palmer. I reach out into the dark and push a button on…

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Plastic Waves – Ricky Palmer’s Soundtrack

Plastic Waves – Ricky Palmer’s Soundtrack

A new “Special” episode of Plastic waves by Felix Lombardo. Ricky Palmer’s Soundtrack – StoryCast. This is a Day in the Life of Ricky Palmer. Ricky is a middle aged Man. Ricky is an average Man. Ricky is a prisoner in his own Life. Ricky is about to break free.

Bowie, Prince And The Moral Obligation Of Blasphemy

Bowie, Prince And The Moral Obligation Of Blasphemy

When David Bowie died last year my heart sank, not just because we had lost one of the last truly innovative artists, who was still producing relevant music in his sixties, but because I knew what was about to come. A few months later and it was Prince. I’m not that enamoured with Prince, but it was clear that the world would be that much greyer without his particular shade of purple colouring my periphery. The initial sense of sadness…

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Ought: Room Inside the World New album

Ought: Room Inside the World New album

Ought, Canadian band formed in Montreal in 2011 and famous for their tormented lyrics and their precise and excited nervous guitars, returns, after three years, with a new record, Room Inside The World. A convincing album that however, at the same time, leaves their fans with some perplexities about the general sweetening of their new creation. Probably, the change of label (from Constellation to Merge) added to the natural need for evolution that is part of the Artist race are…

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Plastic Waves Podcast – Second Episode By Felix Lombardo

Plastic Waves Podcast – Second Episode By Felix Lombardo

Hi Fellas, Finally I am out With my Second Episode of  Plastic Waves Podcast Plastic Waves Podcast is a summary of my surfing in the musical ocean. A personal tool that wants to be, first of all, a personal boost to research and understanding, and, secondly, a mechanism of social comparison and sharing. A playlist based on three focal points. New music and new bands. Timeless songs and old classic material. Memories, stories and comments recorded in the first person…

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