Homeloviní (December 2001)
Does exactly what it says on the cover. In this case to leave, move from the buzz, the low of the monitor as I enjoy my seat in this tidier room. Yet I yearn for its transformation into a shopping list. Paul Haworth and his chum Louis Harber write a bunch of music reviews, albums and gigs theyíve attended. Now music donít mean a whole lot to me: itís there, itís in the air, itís in the air. These reviews are written without Kritikal note or commentary in the technical sense. Itís a commentary in the passionate full-spun opinion, with an edge that could get really annoying, but doesnít. The writing style lacks the bull by a shit image, I found reading this lively as if a marriage is forthcoming. Casual, analytic, social. This zines content? The feelgood factor, permeating, just clicks with me.
Available from Paul Haworth, 22 Knowe Hill Crescent, Lancasater, LA1 4JY, England,
A5, 20 pages, £1
Zine online at http://www.homelovin.fsnet.co.uk