Classical music. Electronic-style.
And today with have two Pulp documentaries.
Short and not particularly deep but a lovely throwback to the mid-90s. Also old enough that it still has (for whatever reason!) a random spot of Gary Glitter.
Longer and somewhat more in-depth, though with a tendency to wander off – the pub analysis was un-needed – and stray from from the narrative under construction. No obvious disgraced celebrities feature in this one but there was a small callout out to Rolf Harris and his stylophone.
Another nice mid-90s documentary, this time on the Manic Street Preachers.
As used a the end of one of the better Black Mirror episodes.
The Manic Street Preacher’s Faster (which, somehow, manages to have a music video that feels like a pastiche of Apple adverts half a decade before that campaign actually kicked off).
Blue Oyster Cult’s Godzilla played on a Gayageum.
Daily, by Clarice Jensen.
But is it art?
Another musical interlude.
I suspect that one has to be of a certain age to fully enjoy this classic 80s masterpiece.
Alas, from what I’ve seen on Youtube, the rest of Maid Marian and Her Merry Men hasn’t retained quite the same level of charm.