Based in London, Stephen Rylance writes on an eclectic range of interests, from music to film, books to art, videogames to opera. His blog, http://culturecrammer.com, is a unique space for voracious culture junkies everywhere.
Stephen has worked in journalism and not-for-profit sector communications for more than ten years.
Thursday, October 29 2009
Despite the efforts of some to dismiss it as a prank, Antichrist is a serious film and its disturbing extremes speak of broad and deeply felt moral, social, and ultimately, political anxieties.
Tuesday, October 20 2009
Magazine's The Correct Use of Soap is such a wayward, iconoclastic record, so willfully out of kilter with its own time, that its sound-world and emotional landscape remain unique in pop.
Wednesday, December 16 2009
If he’s not careful, Grant-Lee Phillips could become the Paul Weller of alt-Americana.
Thursday, December 10 2009
Beards are strictly optional as James Yorkston serves up a collection of traditional folk songs with a fresh, contemporary edge.
Monday, November 30 2009
Cleveland's finest pay tribute to the granddaddy of Dada.
Monday, September 7 2009
Cornershop reopen for business with a dip into the melting pot of British Asian pop.
Wednesday, September 2 2009
Kiwi punk legends return with a laid-back pop record that isn't afraid to experiment.
Tuesday, July 29 2014
Thirty years later, Soul Mining remains The The's most vital work.