Divine Cheese would like to issue the following apology: In a recent review of seminal post-punk band The Birthday Party's greatest hits, the Bottom Line mentioned My Bloody Valentine. In fact I meant My Chemical Romance. I would like to personally apologise to Kevin Shields et al for mistaking them for a bunch of comedy goths. Or should that be the other way round?
In the coming months Divine Cheese will be exploring the best films of all time, the best songs of all time, those seminal albums that everyone should own and just who is the future of rock?
In 2003, a top British Epinions writer was put in prison for a crime he didn't commit. Somehow he managed to break out, got broadband, and has now returned with more witty diatribes about British bands you probably never heard of, and denunciations of Oasis. If you need to have Razorlight slagged off, and you know where to find him, maybe you can call:
I might try and write a few, on and off, but I do have a job you know...