A friend of mine found this chord progression in a practice space; not very uncommon, but I like the way it tells you to repeat it forever. We tried playing the main one (B A E B) and it sounds a little bit like Blitzen Trapper. We assume one is meant to be for bass … Continued
A friend and I found this on the side of the road on the way back home after a night out. It was pretty scratched and looked like it had endured the rain, but managed to splutter into life when played at home. It has since become a favourite for us both before bed, although … Continued
I found this in a magazine in the basement at a ‘BUY SELL TRADE’ shop in Notting Hill. The bean bag chair does look comfy, especially the “padded belly seat area.”
Found between the pages of Brahms Violin Sonata No. 3 in D minor, checked out from the library. I guess notes from a piano lesson. Most of it makes sense, but I wonder what “chords — shock absorber” would signify?
I found this in the lift at the Royal Bank of Scotland building. For some reason it is the mention of “picking up a bench” that makes me laugh.
One of my recent finds, this time from the streets of Soho. A very sweet and innocent perspective of London and her life there.
I found this face down on the pavement. It was dark and at first I thought the burger was just the design of the postit note.
I picked this up on the street near Central Square.
Found in a gutter in Norbury Crescent.
I found this in Dalston. I collect found objects and made a book of my finds a couple of years ago (before I saw your magazine!). This is one of my favourites at the moment.