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Chris Jones
Works at Hands on Books UK
Attended Tyneside University
Lives in London
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A brief note to flag up my recent rather niche Pinterest additions. You'll find scans of my dusty old collection of books by (or edited by) Ladbroke Grove's leg end: Michael Moorcock. I collected these books mainly in my late...
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A delayed posting and anyone not interested in erm, complicated jazz-rock of the mid ‘70s should probably wait until the next update on here for less esoteric ramblings. But… A couple of weeks ago I was pointed in the d...
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(Note: This 'review' contains SPOILERS. Also it was written at 4.30 in the fucking morning. So, fuck you, Spike Jonze, if that's your real name). At around the same time that people were waxing lyrical over Jonathan Glazer...
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January drags on, and while 2014 so far feels and looks like a complete dog's dinner there is still no reason to stop, like... creating shit. So here's some shit nice music, cooked up over the last month in response to Sid Sm...
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So I went to see Noah. In a few months time I’ll look back at that sentence and think ‘WHY?’, so this post is an aide de memoire to try and describe what possessed me to see one of the dullest two hours committed to cellul...
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Don't be afraid...
I began writing this on the same day as the commercial monstrosity we know and 'love' as the Academy Awards takes place. And while this piece is ostensibly about the new Lars Von Trier film(s) it seems that I can't keep my se...
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Currently on at the Hannover Kunstverein in Northern Germany, Tell Me What You See is a superb retrospective of the experimental film work of Christoph Girardet & Matthias Müller. Their award-winning collaborations, construct...
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Occupation
Web consultant and writer
Skills
Social media expert, arts writer and photographer
Employment
  • Hands on Books UK
    Managing director, present
  • Freelance Consultant: Garuda Enterprises
    Social Media Manager, present
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Currently
London
Previously
Coventry - Newcastle upon Tyne - Canterbury - Reading, Berkshire
Story
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My irritability keeps me alive and kicking...
Introduction
Social media consultant, ex-BBC. By night I write, take photographs, play guitar badly and think about culture. A LOT...
Bragging rights
Published writer/music journalist, records under the name of Garuda
Education
  • Tyneside University
    History of Modern Art, Design and Film, 1984 - 1987
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Male
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Garuda, Jonesisdying
Good grief... it's no wonder that British hotels have such a terrible reputation with dumps like this around. I can only think that the AA rating is based purely on the fact that it was at least clean. Starting with the frostiest welcome imaginable, it all went downhill from there. Neolithic practices such as a 8-9.30am breakfast slot and a 10am (yes, 10am!!!) checkout time reinforce the joylessness of what is ostensibly a HOLIDAY destination. The room had the number written on it in felt tip. The 'seaview' was acheived by lening out of the window. The TV remote (lovingly velcroed to the TV) did not work. A reading strip light above the bed burned the back of my head. No shampoo in the bathroom. And the soap was Holiday Inn branded, so obviously pilfered. A hateful, sinfully overpriced experience. Avoid at all costs.
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