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December gig advance notice – supporting I, Ludicrous @ Green Door Store

Dec gig flyer

event link here

 This is waaay early… but advance warning of an Xmas gig I’m doing in Brighton, courtesy of Spinning Chilli Presents.

As you can see from the flyer above, it’s supporting I, Ludicrous (for the second time…) and Helen McCookerybook.

Been trying out a lot of new songs lately, and looking into working with other musicians again – so I can promise something you won’t have seen before.  Stick it on your advent calendar!

Container Drivers Radio: play “Letting It Go”

cdr screen

Container Drivers Radio have included my track Letting It Go on their programme for 5th August – listen here.  As ever, it’s a great playlist:

  1. The Fall – Pledge
  2. Factory Floor – Ya
  3. Angel Olsen – Shut Up Kiss Me
  4. Fad Gadget – Back To Nature
  5. Big Joanie – Dirt In My Mouth
  6. Drop Nineteens – Kicking The Tragedy
  7. Marie Davidson – Je Ne T’Aime Pas
  8. Alternative – Anti-Christ
  9. Vodun – Legba’s Feast
  10. The Cave Singers – Dancing On Our Graves
  11. Matt Finucane – Letting It Go
  12. Black Market Karma – The Whites Of Your Eyes
  13. Misty In Roots – Judas Iskariot
  14. Secoya – Ruins
  15. Dinosaur Jr – Going Down

A good programme, as you can see.  Check it out, because they don’t archive – like analogue old skool, once it’s gone, it’s gone…

Self Possession free EP (reprised)

 

Here’s a free-download EP from back in Feb 2015, now available on Bandcamp – have a listen.  It’s a bit more lo-fi and unpolished than the stuff I’ve commercially released of late… a direction I’d like to go back in

WARNING: contains unpleasant time signatures all out of whack

 

another live song, up close & personal

A charged atmosphere, a snide anti-Brexit dig (via Mel Brooks) and a tiny, tiny guitar.  In The Evil Empire at the final open mic, Northern Lights: lovely evening all round.  It was raw, it was intense, it was dirt-cheap and 100% Really Something Real.  Words don’t often fail me, but here… Well, take a look.

(with thanks to Stephen Bad Mother-Folker for the loan of his training-bra “axe”)