Favourite things: playing and listening to music, especially when
it's live, looking at fields with only one tree in, having a laugh
with my friends and family, travelling, good design, art and
architecture, inventions, trying to speak French, people watching,
dancing to fun music, throwing things, walking up mountains,
surfing, fishing, DIY, the sea, attempting to keep knackered bikes
going for as long as possible, cryptic crosswords and other word
related games like scrabble, puns, awkward humour, patterns, the
feeling when you dry your hands properly with a hand dryer (Dyson
airblades are probs the best), table tennis, words.
Really like the Scottish highlands and wild North West.
Love music - starting with my all time favourite, Nick Cave but
also Reggae, Balkan, Electro swing stuff, Classical Piano esp.
chopin and bach and ludovico einaudi, Post Rock, Motown, Funk and
Soul etc etc, waily men/ womenny bands like Austra and Daughter.
Music with much brass like calexico etc... Many many many. Forest
Fire, Mum, enjoying Portico Quartet a lot at the moment and Einar
Stray. singing(shouting) and dancing along to 80's and 90's cheese
is quite often unbeatable. Janis Joplin lately rocks my planette.
Jonathan Wilson album fanfare is marvs
I've never had less than a wonderful time at a silent disco
Not a tv watcher really but anything by David Attenborough rocks my
(Blue) planet, and the sky at night (RIP Sir Patrick Moore).
Ben Wheatly, Wes Anderson, Cohen brothers, Madagascar 1, 2 and 3,
Un Prophete, Belleville rendezvous, Lawn dogs, King of Kong, Don't
look now, Harder They Come, Tremors, There will be blood,
Mississippi Burning, Jean de Florette, manon des sources are
Currently reading Sir Patrick Moore’s book on Astronomy James Joyce
at the mo too which is grand
I also love reading and thinking about new science/physics/space
discoveries and stuff like dat
I’m quite partial to a buffet