Bittles‘ Magazine Ah, November! That time of year when you can still get good music before the tidal wave of cash-in best offs, and albums your granny might like begin flooding the market (hello Keane and The Killers). By JOHN BITTLES
Bittles‘ Magazine | Interview with Screamin’ Rachael Rachael Cain, or Screamin’ Rachael as she is better known, is a bit of a legend in the house music scene. Labelled the »Queen of House« by those illustrious people at Billboard magazine, the name has stuck since it seems quite apt. Over the years Rachael has had
Bittles‘ Magazine xAs you know we quite like to champion exciting new talent here at Titel-Magazine! And as Bluredism is relatively new to these ears, and extremely talented we thought it was about time we got him in for an interview. The lavish praise he has received from Panorama Bar regulars Ryan Elliot and Martyn
Bittles‘ Magazine I remember walking into my local record emporium way back in the year 1992. Of course everything was in black and white back then as colour hadn’t yet been invented. I had a singular purpose! To purchase a strange record that I had heard discussed in closed circles and hushed tones by shadowy
Bittles‘ Magazine Holidays are strange things if truth be told! After being informed that TITELwas going on a three week holiday I decided to take a well-deserved break from music. In this extra time I decided I would learn how to smoke a pipe (so I could appear more sophisticated) and become a lollipop scientist
Bittles‘ Magazine JOHN BITTLES started up a blog called ShadowCuts which publishes fiction and various other titbits (submissions always welcome). Read his first story The Nutcracker
Bittles’s Magazine Ah, cassettes! I remember them well! My first forays into the wonderful world of music listening was through tapes with the very first albums I bought being Whitney by Whitney Houston and Licensed to Ill by The Beastie Boys. Yes, even back then I was an eclectic adventurer and overly pretentious to boot!
Bittles‘ Magazine This month we have some absolutely above average music for your listening pleasure. If you are heading back to school, or just mourning the death of summer then we’ve got lots of goodies here guaranteed to cheer up your moody little face. We’ve got some epic rock from Glasvegas, a stunning collection of
Bittles‘ Magazine One of my favourite »Overheard in a Bookshop« moments … Young Girl (with slight accent) – Do you have any books by Jane Eyre? John (with his accent) – Aha, I suspect you mean Charlotte Brontë. Young Girl – No, I mean Jane Eyre. John – We have the book entitled Jane Eyre.
Bittles‘ Magazine | Interview Have you ever cried while listening to an album? And I don’t mean shedding the odd fickle tear! What I mean is, have you ever been playing a record when all of a sudden it gets too much for you and you find yourself racked with heart-wrenching sobs? Even after decades