HFoS into 2012
Back again. Yes, despite the best efforts of an aircraft hangar’s worth of booze and a blossoming addiction to Mike Oldfield’s ‘On Horseback’, HFoS has made it through yet another Christmas.
King Crimson react to the news HFoS survived another Christmas
This year I’ve resolved to beat the post-seasonal hangover by remaining drunk, which, thus far, has proved to be an agreeable tactic… Pay no heed if my eyes glaze over or I lose my train of thought mid
As is customary this time of year, I will be making one or two rash promises, none of which I have any intention of adhering to. So we might as well get those out of the way first.
2012 will see a new look website and a raft of new features, as well as the return of some old ones.
There, pretty much the same as last year, minus the enthusiasm.
Anyhoop, as Head Full of Snow enters its fourth year (with the official third birthday at the start of next month), I can promise more of the same, with reviews of prog, psych, folk and – yes – even jazz rock, from the days of yore, to look forward to.
This, of course, is dependent on whether you have anything better in life to aspire to, outside the semi-coherent ramblings of a drunk man, suffering delusions of grandeur. If not, sit down and make yourself at home.
There will also be some more of the only new feature to rear its hackneyed head last year; the HFoS Mixtape. Never fear, I will keep flogging that dead horse until somebody admits listening to one all the way through.
Aside from such joviality, I’ll continue posting as regularly as time will allow, beginning next week with… Oh, I’ve not decided yet. Until then, share in my addiction:
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