THE TWILIGHT LANGUAGE

I was delighted to receive a copy of this limited edition book of essays on the dead British screenwriter Nigel Kneale edited by Sukhdev Sandhu. Sukhdev has asked me to contribute a track to the [...]

THE LUPINE WALTZ – I PAD

The new sweet little spot for Apple’s I-pad mini features “The Lupine Waltz” from our album Soundtrack for The Last Werewolf. You can see the ad here and hear a full length version of the track [...]

HAPPY HOWLIDAYS

The 2012 Real Tuesday Weld Audio Christmas card has arrived at Antique Beat’s pop-up Christmas shop somewhere in Clerkenwell. And it looks beautiful. There are two versions: Red Wolf [...]

AT THE YEAR’S END

Wasn’t 2012 the year it was all supposed to end according to some Mayan calendar or other?   Well, it was a very busy one here. Just finished up on the soundtrack to  “The Suspect“. [...]

THE STONE TAPE

We were delighted to receive a copy of this limited edition book about the incredible dead British screen writer Nigel Kneale the other day. The book has been put together by writer, critic and [...]

THE TWILIGHT LANGUAGE

I was delighted to receive a copy of this limited edition book of essays on the dead British screenwriter Nigel Kneale edited by Sukhdev Sandhu. Sukhdev has asked me to contribute a track to the [...]

A NEW YEAR AND A NEW HOME

Things have changed around here – but it is less of an early spring clean and more of a house move. We  never could really get our head round the previous incarnation of www.tuesdayweld.com [...]

CREATURE COMFORTS

The Antique Beat Boutique is full of wonderful things for Christmas.  Apart from The Real Tuesday Weld 2012 audio Christmas Card, it was recently invaded by an army of small creatures [...]

A MATTER OF PERSPECTIVE

This old house is full of stuff collected over the centuries. I can no longer recall when I got some of it - but it's quite nice to open a box and re-discover something you had forgotten about. [...]

LONDON AT THE LIBRARY

I am very pleased to be able to announce that Antique Beat's latest production is about to launch. It is called "LONDON AT THE LIBRARY" and it is a "Salon for the City".London is such a [...]

THE LOCK OF LOVE

"Is love the lyric cry of longing, the song of our desire?Or some crazy chemical confusion, mistook for something higher?"---------------------------------------------------------------I was [...]

BEAUTY PRIZE

I was digging around in a trunk in the attic the other day, looking for something or other and I pulled out this. It was labelled 'rough mix' but I had a listen and  thought I [...]

THE ANATOMY OF A CITY:

THE VESTRIS HAMS Last week I had the good fortune to be given a little guided tour of the Garrick Club in Covent Garden. It is really gorgeous.  Despite, and in fact probably because [...]

THE ULTIMATE CIGARETTE GIRL

The Crime Jazz Unit published its final bulletin today - the 26th installment in an epic series mixing some of the best noir and exotica sounds with a role call of law-abiding and law-breaking [...]

THE DREAM OF A LONDON SNAIL

I think I mentioned here that Waterloo Bridge was known as "The Bridge of Sighs" - mainly because of the many suicides that jumped from it in the 19th century. But also that that name [...]

BOWLED OVER BY LOVE

Sitting here in the dark listening to Loose Ends on Radio Four I was thinking of the pre-war British crooner Al Bowlly as earlier I walked past the Duke Street corner in St James where he met his [...]

HERE TODAY GONE TOMORROW

The Evil Empire is coming to south Clerkenwell.  The area has a long tradition of being home to scoundrels, robbers and ne'er -do-wells so Goldman Sachs or the 'Giant Vampire Squid on the [...]