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What, this whole website isn’t weird enough for you? Okay, I’ve grouped together some stupid stuff under this category just to make myself feel more normal than I usually do.

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From the Archives: the original D/DN bio image

To celebrate ten years of blogging (!) I’m introducing a new feature on this site. Amnesia Lane is a fortnightly post featuring words, images and/or sounds from the D/DN archives, with an emphasis on items never read, seen or heard before by the discerning public.

Exhibit A: this rare promotional shot.

This image, which was taken in 1999 by Rachael Antony aboard a cramped wooden boat travelling down the Mekong River, was kindly doctored by a friend who looks remarkably like Kevin Bacon, and who had assisted me in the making of some business cards in 2005. While this version of the Davey Dreamnation business card never did manage to find its way into the hands of a single Korean salaryman, its spirit lives on today. Extra points if you noticed the headphones. And the earring.

I was inspired to dig this shot out after an online exchange with Ryan Paine, who very kindly posted a link to my poem ‘mountains of pai‘ on his blog – a poem which, along with the rest of my chapbook The Happy Farang, I wrote while on the trip where this photo was taken.

Despite the fact that poor old Bingo seems to have no idea what the poem is about, it’s nice to take a trip down Amnesia Lane, back to the days when Pai was just a quiet little town where blues bands belted out covers of “Hey Joe’ without irony.

Lavender Zine: in a matchbox!

Last week I got an untold message from Pascalle Burton:

I am delighted to announce that the Bumper Poetry Issue of The Lavender Room Zine-in-a-Matchbox is here! Thanks again for participating in the project; I am thrilled with the issue and love the range in the collection. And at over three times the size of my regular issues, it really is Bumper!

And I’m delighted to say that my poem ‎(On the tomb of) José Sara­m­ago is a tiny part of said Laven­der Room Zine-in-a-Matchbox Bumper Poetry Issue (2011)! I’m in some pretty kewl company. Check it:

Natasha L Adams / Alana Brekelmans / Sally Browne / Amanda Coghlan / Jason Darling / Connor Dee / Bruce Dorlova / Emma Farry / Andrew Galan / Joy Green / Hadley / Matt Hetherington / Sasha Jessop / Carmen Keates / Mai Lin Li / Chris Lynch / Corrie Macdonald / Vern Mitchell / Graham Nunn / mr oCean / Andrew Phillips / Jacob Polley / Doug Poole / David Prater / Tessa Rose / Nathan Shepherdson / Dawn Joy Silversides / David Stavanger / Michael D Tees / Bianca Walsh / emily xyz

And this is what the zine looks like, for realz:

You can follow The Lavender Room on teh evilz, or check out LR products on etsy. And here’s just one more look at what you’re currently missing out on:

Untold.

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Happy Pepero Day - 11-11-2011!

The Daveylands Bokstaveringsalfabet Conversion Table™

This handy conversion table will be of use to anyone wishing to communicate with Davey via travel agency hotlines, military comms, airport control towers or CB radio.

Kfxbai Fraud Xylitol Bo-Dean Ahhhhhh In-joke.

Internationellt

Alpha
Bravo
Charlie
Delta
Echo
Foxtrot
Golf
Hotel
India
Juliet
Kilo
Lima
Mike
November
Oscar
Papa
Quebec
Romeo
Sierra
Tango
Uniform
Victor
Whiskey
X-ray
Yankee
Zulu
 
 
 

Svenskt

Adam
Bertil
Cesar
David
Erik
Filip
Gustav
Helge
Ivar
Johan
Kalle
Ludvig
Martin
Niklas
Olof
Petter
Quintus
Rudolf
Sigurd
Tore
Urban
Viktor
Wilhelm
Xerxes
Yngve
Zäta
Åke
Ärlig
Östen

Daveylandskt

Ahhhhhh
Bo-Dean
Clint
Davey
Eyna
Fraud
Guide-Pony
Hoodie
In-joke
Jitch
Kfxbai
Lentheric
Mead
Neenish
Oats
Pixel
Quito
Retail
Scaramouche
Tribesco
Untold
Various
Wasabi-Peace
Xylitol
Yamba
Zaxophone
Åwesome
Ärlybird
Öhrrrrr

 
 

@daveyinsweden’s 500th tweet!

The All-Seeing ‘I’

R U OKAY DAY (SRLY)

Scaramouche found alive and well in a cave in the Goulburn Valley

In a possible sign that megalomaniac musical artiste Davey Dreamnation is set to rise from his post-DNRC slumber, news agencies are today reporting that the chanteuse’s long-time collaborator and manager, the incorrigible Scaramouche, has been found alive and well in a cave in the Goulburn Valley, despite rumours that he had suffered a fatal quiche lorraine overdose somewhere.

Back in 2030, the llama’s ‘swansong’ album (also entitled Quiche Lorraine) failed to chart, even in Majorca, where fans of Scaramouche number in the high tens.

Despite this apparent lack of interest in said llama’s soaring and angelic melodies (witness “Scaramouche’s Theme”, a pant-ripping, adrenaline-soaked anthem if ever you’ve heard one), international web-portal I Ate a Bee reported late last night (Majorca time) that Scaramouche is indeed ‘back on the radar’, and has now discovered a new way to communicate with the world, having been previously restricted to Esperanto.

The llama’s first message, delivered to journalists gathered at the Camp Davey compound, though slightly shocking, signals that he has now gotten over his life-threatening quiche lorraine addiction, and has reverted to one of his previous predilections:

Gimme a fucking neenish tart

While unavailable for comment, Davey Dreamnation is reported to be preparing an official statement, after watching Scaramouche’s rescue on closed-circuit television from within the comfortable environs of his Camp Davey bunker.

Amnesia Lane: the Shirt Pant

We’ve all committed the occasional fashion faux pas. In my case, it was mistaking a shirt for a pair of pants. Witness the results, in this rare and previously-unpublished photo feature taken some time in the late 1990s (or maybe in 2000) by my dearly departed friend, Quinton. I miss you, buddy. Read more

HAPY XMAS/NYE

Wat is Burgerschap?

Check out this video, the second half of which features the K&D Den Haag Stylings appartement!! Unfortunately, BBQ and back yard not included.
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Boudewijn de Groot – “Meisje van 16”

These two videos speak for themselves, I think. In any case, I cannot speak for them yet, as my Dutch is not very good at all. Nevertheless I trust that you are enjoying these little trips down Tubenesia Lane as much as I am. Continue.

Respect voor Darryl ft Ali B, Soumia & Ryan Babel: “Eeyeeyo”

OMG I heart Darryl and his posse of minor superstar hip-hoppers on this echt leuk song “Eeyeeyo” and yo in case you didn’t get it the first time it’s all about respect. Read more

Yet More Signs That Speak For Themselves

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