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PEDDLING MIND PORN TO THE
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      [24.9.05] [Andrew Gallix]
    3:AM MAILBAG
    Just in: a demo from South-East London five-piece monkeyrush. Two stand-out tracks. "Fug" with its playground-taunt chorus which harks back to Blur circa "Girls & Boys", and "Wriggle" which combines a clipped, cockney delivery (think Flowered Up), Peaches-style heavy breathing overdubs, a jaunty ska rhythm and a Posies-style outro. There's definitely something going on here beyond the references and technical proficiency. A single and album are in the offing. Expect heavy rotation on MTV2 -- you read it here first! * The Best of Both Worlds (The Haworth Press) is a no-holds-barred anthology of "bisexual erotica" edited by Sage Vivant and M. Christian. 24 short stories exploring the myriad cunning combinations the genre affords. * Self-styled "African-American writer" Leonce Gaiter, who "did not major in literature", "does not have his MFA in Creative Writing" and "does not haunt writer's conferences", informs us of the publication of his new novel Bourbon Street (Carroll & Graf). You can read an interview with the author here. * Scotland's Single Cell Press are publishing their second title: Vermin, a collection of short stories by Stephen Ritchie, "one of Britain's most promising young fuckups". * Mike Philbin's "official biography of an invented persona" (Chimericana Books) sounds intriguing. To say the least.

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