amazing what you can do with imagination & £0.00
Am playing a free all-day gig in London – Smile Acoustic @ RichMix, E1 – this Monday (25th). On 4pm-ish, I think. There’s loads of interesting musicians involved – here’s the event page. Looks fun.
Also, been recording another full-length effort lately… Self-produced, micro-budget, with assists here and there from talented friends. It already sounds very exciting indeed, might even end up as the best thing I’ve done so far… Way out on a limb. Time will tell.
Anyway, come to the gig and hear some of the songs that’ll be on it. x
While I remember, here’s a vid from a recent gig at Cool Cats’ Café in London: In The Evil Empire. It was a protest song when I wrote it, and sadly now even more so. (Besides looking like it was filmed through a sniper’s night-sight, it’s also quite different to the recorded version – have a goggle…)
Well, you takes your vote and you makes your choice. And the nation has chosen. For FUCK’S SAKE (and yes, I fully understand the concept of democratic representation – that’s what makes it so damn depressing).
Instead of curling up and weeping with despair, I’ve got a gig to do – Thur 14th May, Icarus Club @ Pelton Arms, Greenwich, free entry, doors 8pm. The format’s a bit different: all 5 acts do 2 short sets each. Also appearing are the mighty Bruise, Yeti Love, Charlie Hole Music & Little Beach.
It’ll be great, and in an age of austerity it’s free to get in. Come!
the next gig & the gig after that: it’s all about gigs, right
Then there’s more stuff, but we’ll get to that in due course – hand in hand, down the path of darkness and evil.
if only all flyers looked this good…
It’ll be a long set – 35-45 mins – supporting Rhonda and the Great Unknown.
Feels good to write something upbeat after my somewhat combative previous post… heartfelt as that was. Looking forward to this – come see, come hear!