Colin is half Welsh and half English and lives for most of his life in a third country, The Forest of Dean. Contact him at email@example.com. His electronic music, under the guise of The Reverend Spadge Dooley has been played at The Royal Opera House and the South Bank Centre and he's blogging about his battles with depression here. Listen to his music here .
Herring, beer, and 18th Century crack cocaine on an eccentric northern art trip.
A genial and knowledgeable host on our cultural tour of Spain, shame about the obligatory thesis.
Wales, the land of song - and drum and bass and math rock and tripped out bedroom trance and dope infused surf pop!
Whimsical? Maybe. Idealistic? Certainly. Sweet? Well, possibly. Melodic, skillful, harmonic pop music? Definitely.
Football, beef, tango, but what is the sound of digital, social networking Argentina?
Cult frontman lets slip Led Zeppelin tour support slot onstage but no-one confirms nothing nowhere.
In Myspace they can hear you dream.
Serendipity of myspace yields hidden and unsigned gems.
Now you too can amaze, impress, or even bore your friends with your vast knowledge of the iconic Beatles album cover.
Prince is king of the soundtracks, at least that's what Vanity Fair readers say.