After a forthnight, I think I’ve finally caught up on sleep, though I think it might be a few weeks before I finally manage to completely deglitter myself – Shambala ’17, you were epic. It really reminded me of my old Big Chill days, but with an even more eclectic musical lineup and stronger ‘fringe’ of events. I can see me and mine coming back next year.
(This is a bit of an odd post for me, something between a Three on a Thursday, a Mixtape Madness, a review and some random internet sleuthing … take from it what you will…)
There’s been a resurgence of interest in interest in the Situationist Art Project, chart music saboteurs and all round absurdists known sometimes as the KLF ever since the above poster turned up earlier this year hinting at their return.
For those not obsessed with the random meanderings of late 80’s/early 90’s arthouse electronic noise terrorists, I’ll explain.
Currently lazing around in Cornwall, drinking amazing beer and messing around on the beach – yet I’ve still managed to find a little time to dig for tunes. Aren’t I good to you?
Another week , another ToT – this week with some classic golden era style hip-hop, something deep and glitchy and something seriously woozy beats.
Hope you enjoy the selections- if you do give me the thumb on Facebook or on WordPress – g’wan, make me feel loved …
Another week another ToT
OK it got fortnightly for a while, but we’re BACK baby!
A change from the usual bimbling blurb this week, as I actually have something to say in my preamble for once, and it’s very simple,
That is all.
Just a quick update on September’s gigs, I’ll be back with those lovely lovely lads at WHOMP on the 29th at Basement 45 giving it the beans in Room 2 alongside the beats and breaks boys, whilst Room 1 gets all chunky house.
If you can’t wait that long, I’m giving it the super-sub treatment for one of Bristol’s finest, Ewan Hoozami, at Mr Wolfs on Saturday night, from midnight.
Do pop down, there’s a love.