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Chemsex: how dangerous is it?

People have been mixing sex and stimulants since Roman times and before. But the British Medical Journal warns that the risks from chemsex – taking a specific cocktail of drugs to have sex for up to three days – are a public health priority

5 November 2015

The Guardian

A History of the Ice Pick Lobotomy

It was decreed “the worst idea on the mind” in history in a public debate at the Royal Institution in 2006. Yet it seemed like such a good idea at the time—so good, it won its devisor the Nobel Prize.

12 June 2015

Vice

Squarepusher @ The Barbican

The last time I saw Tom Jenkinson, a.k.a techno-jazz originator Squarepusher, it was at The Glade at Glastonbury 2004. At the time, one of the most highly-regarded platforms for electronic music worldwide, at one of the most influential festivals on earth. And it was awful.

15 April 2015

The Monitors

How to see your music

Why settle for your standard music visualiser on your computer when you can create a three-dimensional one simply by filling an old speaker with baking soda?

14 January 2015

Wired