Mere words can’t really do it justice – so here’s the blurb from Youtube:
Heckled by Satan! Attacked by Dark Spiders!
Even so, 3 songs performed live on All Hallows’ Eve before various pagan beings… I leave the rest to yr fevered imaginations… (includes a brief tribute to Lou Reed) x
recommendation indeed – but stick around, there’s more…
Doing a free gig in Brighton tonight at Molly Malone’s for StrungOut Music. Onstage early, 8:30ish, which is good: working on a new EP during the day, so it’ll be back-to-back music action – when I hit the stage, adrenaline will flow.
You can hear Lilith on RoundSound Radio – biggest independent online station in the North West, apparently. Looks like a good show, all kindsa stuff going on. That’s from 8pm this eve.
Finally… got a nice (brief) write-up from SupaJam, complete with Soundcloud link.
So that’s 3 different ways you can check out the song and hear for yourself, since I’ll also be playing it live acoustic: have a reckon. x
Mon Oct 12th: am playing a live session for Pete Jones on Radio Reverb 97.2FM tonight, which can be heard on the wireless or streamed live here. It goes out from 6-8PM, with a repeat on Friday at noon (see above). I’ll be doing songs old & new, and probably chatting a bit about forthcoming projects also.
DJ knows his stuff, and the atmosphere’s relaxed without being slack: worth a listen. Anyway, I’m buzzing – it’ll be a good show.
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.