My next gig’s in Worthing, at this multi-venue festival in aid of Oxfam on Saturday 10th Oct. I’ll be playing a full-length set at the Oasis Lounge in the cellar bar, around 5pm – but there are loads of other acts from noon to midnight and music all over town (see the organisers’ main page for further details).
What else? Doing a live session on Monday 12th for Pete Jones on Radio Reverb – that’s 97.2FM, 6-8pm, audio kids… Also, might get a spin of forthcoming single Lilith.
Speaking of which: the video to that song’s featured on Emerging Indie Bands. It’s a neat site, so have a look if you haven’t already.
A bundle of news! Yeah, quite a buzz – and not a bad few days’ work.
shiny shiny, shiny printed paper…
Here’s a link to an interview in the new issue of Brighton Unsigned (on page 9, counting from the cover). If you’re local, a pleasingly old-skool print version can be picked up in various venues… although they tend to go quick.
Pleased with how it turned out – and of course, it’s always nice to be asked – but see what you reckon. Have a look: the rest of it’s well worth a read too.
o sweet lord it’s happening again… EVENT LINK
As you can see, this gig happens on Wed 9 Sept At The Coach House… If you don’t know about this venue, you should. Same goes for the performers – I’m not playing this time, am just the door-bitch, but in ascending order we have:
Shonalika – one of the best singer-songwriters in a town full of ’em
Crysi di Milo – excoriating spoken word mayhem
& headliners Broken Ears – so propulsive, tight and heavy it’s frankly SCARY
…Music from 8pm, no messing. Dead gratified to have put this line-up together, and think you’ll enjoy. The hound of pleasure calls! x
fireworks, car alarms, gales and rain – sometimes pressure works best
Here are a few pics taken by Andrew Nicholls & others at Angle Magazine HQ in Eastbourne last week – where I went to perform a live music video as part of their Balcony Sessions series. It was slickly and efficiently run, and a lot of fun – played a song called Threaten Me with Your Love, went pretty well… climate and other distractions aside.
My thanks to the guys at Angle, and look out for the session on their website.