gig, LDN, 25 May + DIY album recording

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 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

1st gig under new evil regime: 14th May, LDN

10478718_967693046588345_5939466678025009190_nEvent pg here

 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!

more gig news – Fri 24th / Tue 28th April

OvW flyer

the next gig & the gig after that: it’s all about gigs, right

 Playing a free gig at Cool Cats’ Café in Camberwell – God, that trips off the tongue nicely, doesn’t it – tomorrow night, with Man Bites Dog (NB change of headliner there).

The following week… on Tue 28th… am playing a gig here in Brighton, also free, with Sanity FM – courtesy of Overhead Wires.

Then there’s more stuff, but we’ll get to that in due course – hand in hand, down the path of darkness and evil.

24th April: London gig

c cats poster

if only all flyers looked this good…

I’m playing at the Cool Cats’ Café in Camberwell on Fri 24th (free entry, onstage 9pm).  Here’s the Facebook event.

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!

NO POSITIVE VIBES!!! (a proposal)


we’ve all been there, right?

I’m thinking of starting my own regular music/performance event here in Brighton.

There’s a lot of smug, cosy, middle-of-the-road bullshit for grownup children – and very little that’s genuinely got any darkness or challenge to it.  Something has to be done, and soon.  Therefore, I propose:

1st shot


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