Yo Zushi is a sub-editor of the New Statesman. His work as a musician is released by Pointy Records

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Cultural Capital
21 January 2010
 In terms of record sales (or, increasingly, download receipts), the Brit Awards still matter. The appropriately...
Cultural Capital
27 November 2009
At the heart of Orson Welles's Citizen Kane is a sled ("sledge"?) called "Rosebud", which, we are...
Cultural Capital
25 November 2009
At this year's American Music Awards (22 November), Adam Lambert, the openly gay American Idol star, shared an on-stage...
Cultural Capital
01 October 2009
In a typical display of moral confusion, the Mail Online has accompanied its piece on Tate Modern's recent Brooke...
Cultural Capital
29 September 2009
"Does anybody recognise this painting? Any theories as to what it means?" Rolling Stone's Andy Greene is...
Cultural Capital
04 September 2009
The Elton John-bothering Guardian columnist Marina Hyde argues for a crackdown on "vile chants" at football...
30 October 2008
In 1981, Philip Norman published Shout!, an exuberant account of the Beatles’ chaotic existence. A 500-page tome that...
30 October 2008
It is fitting that the illustrious house of Wittgenstein – largely remembered for Ludwig’s brilliance as a philosopher...
Business
04 September 2008
Hampstead, some time in the 1990s: a gruff, possibly hung-over thirtysomething proffers what looks like a pink raffle...
Books
22 May 2008
Weaving Faustian parable with Soviet satire, Mikhail Bulgakov’s novel is a curious and daring choice for SelfMadeHero’s...
Books
22 May 2008
Ernie Weiss is a down-and-out magician with a booze problem, reeling from the failure of a disastrous romance and the...
Books
22 May 2008
Born in Beirut in 1978, Toufic el-Rassi emigrated as a child to Chicago, fleeing the ravages of the Lebanese Civil War...
Books
22 May 2008
Winner of the Best Book prize at the Angoulême International Comics Festival, Blue Pills is a fearless memoir that...
Books
08 May 2008
Despite the sentimental overtones, Weller’s account of the lives of Joni Mitchell, Carole King and Carly Simon is a...
Books
08 May 2008
Rum is the “demon” beverage favoured by pirates, slavers, buccaneers and, as the French historian Alain Huetz de Lemp...

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