This is the Trini Good Media production of a commission of remembrance by the National Gas Company of Pat Bishop – A Life, a five-part series.
“It becomes something reachable. It shows children that they can actually do this. Kids are pure. There’s no politics, there’s no agenda.”
Above: Bunji Garlin (right) and Nigel Rojas perform Differentology during an interlude in the 2013 Carnival Kings and Queens competition at the Queen’s Park Savannah. All photos by Mark Lyndersay. Album artwork copyright the respective artists. By Mark Lyndersay. Originally published in Caribbean Beat Issue #131 for January/February 2015 In the year 2000, when all […]
Above: A slice of the EP’s cover, featuring art by Xala Ramesar and Cass’Moshe Centeno. A review of Weird Sounds by Mikhail Gibbings by Mark Lyndersay. Originally published in Sunday Newsday, November 18, 2018 Across four spectral, tightly orchestrated tracks, Mikhail Gibbings, a young musician releasing his first collection of music, Weird Sounds, offers up a […]
A review of Anthony Joseph’s People of the Sun by Mark Lyndersay. A version of “The grounding of Anthony Joseph” appeared first in the TTNewsday on August 10, 2018. People of the Sun is, whether poet Anthony Joseph knows it or not, the peak moment of a trilogy of albums that have seen him circling […]
Above: David Rudder performs as a guest at the Calypso Monarch Finals, 1995. All photos by Mark Lyndersay. A consideration of David Rudder on the eve of his 65th birthday by Mark Lyndersay So here’s how this started. Dennis Ramdeen, who helps David Rudder with marketing and promoting his shows, contacted me (and a whole […]
Above: Shadow at Dimanche Gras, 2003. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. A life as stalking penumbra Story and photos by Mark Lyndersay. Originally published in the Newsday Carnival Souvenir 2018. The Mighty Shadow (Winston Bailey) struck a chord in my soul when I was a teen and like a crazed tuning fork, it’s resonated throughout my life. […]