Posts by Tim Aldiss:

Toyota HJ60 1/10th RC Scaler Scratch Styrene Build




Since this blog is becoming more and more something I want to hand over to my son Archie one day I figured I’d start sharing more what he and I do together and this is a fun project thatI’ve been archiving as we went along, so here goes. As a lad I got well into […]






My Inspiration for Travel




Where did you get yours from? Growing up in the 70’s & 80’s dad used to drag us around all over the place. My longest lasting memories are of those trips we had in various hired campervans. That’s where I got the bug for the campervan infatuation that I’m passing on to my kids. What […]






Crazy P – New Album – Walk Dance Talk Sing




How lovely to look forward to Crazy P returning to Brighton to play a full live set later this month. Their new album has only just be unveiled but it is available to stream as of today via Soundcloud, and below. Enjoy. We love the Crazy P and this new one is just as good […]






NASA Travel Posters




Wow look at these beautiful pieces of poster artwork commissioned by NASA themselves to help inspire a generation to stay on board with the space discovery missions being run by NASA. Commissioned to look like art deco 1930’s era classic poster-work they certainly evoke memories of some classic science fiction artwork and could easily adorn […]






Submotion Orchestra – a study in bass & production




Formed in Leeds in 2009 the Submotion Orchestra are touching the zeitgeist with their dynamic frequencies and crisp production. Their sound has been heralded by younger dance fans and ageing beard-stroking musos alike. Influences span the decades, from jazz, to soul, ambient, dubstep, electronica and house but are all nailed firmly to the ground with some […]






Interstellar is out of this world!




I have to say that I loved the movie Interstellar. There’s something so bold and inspiring about it’s message that to me it feels like a call to action for our generation and that of our kids. Christopher Nola’s epic magnum opus Interstellar opened on Friday 8th Nov 2014. I saw it in it’s native […]






True Detective – True Drama




I am a huge Mad Men fan and was a huge Breaking Bad fan (and before them West Wing, et al.) and felt compelled (for the first time) to write something about this extraordinary drama unfolding before my eyes. TD S01 E04 – SPOILER ALERT!






Magic Mix Tape Tracklistings – The Magician




Since I always want them and there’s no place to find them all I thought I’d curate and share The Magician’s wonderful Magic Mix Tape track listings. Enjoy Magic Tape Forty Two – https://soundcloud.com/themagician/magic-tape-forty-six 01. Julio Bashmore feat. J’danna – Rhythm Of Auld  02. Klaves – Oh No  03. Redondo & Leon Bolier – Sunshine [SPINNIN’ […]






Martian Night Panorama




I am still absolutely aghast and amazed at this incredible high def 360 degree panorama of Mars and the Milky Way filled night sky taken by the Mars Rover. It’s almost certainly the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen. Simply the most humbling and beautiful experience. As if being there. One of the current furthest […]






Autocells, The Origin of Life and Gaia Theory




The famous Martian meteorite ALH 84001 contains a “fossil” that was ruled out as life because of its small size, however it could still be an autocell – a precursor to life. Credit: NASA The World Fantasy Convention 2013 took place at the Brighton Metropole earlier this month. My father was one of the guests […]






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