I hear the sirens calling
As the rain is gently falling

Blog post three

I’ve started this blog as a bolt-on to Pushstuff, an archive website of some of my old scribblings. Most of the Pushstuff stuff was originally written for Melody Maker, the UK weekly music paper, but my site also has a few bits written for other magazines and some book extracts. I have turned the “Pushstuff” in the first sentence above into a handy little link and you’ll find another link at the top of the list to the right, so you’ve no excuse for not heading over there straight away.

I guess I’ll be mainly posting about music on Pushblog, but I’ll no doubt drift off into other subjects every once in a while. I’m easily distracted. Don’t expect too many long essays, though. In fact, don’t expect any. I suspect most of my blog posts are going to be little more than extended photo captions and look-at-this-link things. I’m sure YouTube videos will be featuring quite heavily. All of which assumes I haven’t stopped posting altogether by this time next week. We’ll see.

3 Comments on “Blog post three”

  1. Angelina says:

    I absolutely love your website.. Very nice colors & theme.
    Did you build this site yourself? Please reply back as I’m looking to create my
    own personal website and would love to find out where you got this from or exactly what the theme is called.
    Many thanks!

    • Push says:

      Thanks for your comment. Yes, I built the site myself using a theme called Clean Home, which is a standard WordPress theme (or at least it was when I put this blog together). Good luck with your own website!

  2. It’s in fact very complicated in this full of activity life
    to listen news on TV, thus I just use the web for that purpose, and get the hottest information.

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