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a grove of totem poles: Craft in the Woods

Craft in the Woods Festival, Future Roots area, October 4th

A strange and rewarding couple of days: thanks to Anthony of Express Yourself Collective for the invite to play on Saturday and Sunday.  (An odd feeling, making a long way home through a forest in heavy dusk after a gig – especially alone on the second evening, felt like I was walking in step with the ghosts of a Roman legion… or maybe it was smoke inhalation from the bonfire.)

Otherwise, my 1st single with The Animal Farm comes out on November 24th – launch night Wed 26th.  More soon.

live videos, vague hints

Got a single coming out at the end of November…  So it’s time to start dangling vague, tantalising hints under yr nose like a diaphanous silken scarf rippling in the aromatic breeze of rumour – you know how it is.  Consider that a ripple, then.  More news very soon.

Meanwhile, there are 2 vids on Facebook of my gig at the Brighton Arts Club music festival in August (new songs, too) – have a look.

behold Waterghosts on film

watch on Youtube

A 3-part video of the Waterghosts live performance at St Mary’s Church (Brighton Fringe Festival) can now be watched on Youtube.

I’m in Part 2 (see above) – here’s Part 1 & Part 3.

It’s an astonishing document, really captures the intensity and strangeness.  Have a look, draw yr own conclusions…

Next time, I’ll put up the first of those live vids from the recent festival @ Brighton Arts Club.  Check back in a few days!

 

Radio Reverb show online forever

Listen here on Soundcloud.

That’s the hour-long show I recorded for Radio Reverb (aired August 24th), as mentioned previously.

Try it – there’s four live songs, some spoken word and some lo-fi electronic stuff exclusive to the programme.

Gigs:

Next one’s this Sunday at The Ranelagh, should be good… The Brighton Arts Club Music Festival last weekend was a blast, and I’ve got video evidence which I’ll share on here soon.

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