On time this week eh?
No gigs this weekend as I’m off indulging my other vice – bikes, this time of the vintage variety at Eroica Britannia, riding an ’81 Dawes Imperial …
I thought of doing something themed, but that would’ve meant leaving out some of the tunes I’d already spotted and that wouldn’t have been right, as there are a couple of corkers this week
How do you lot decide on which gigs to go to? I’m currently enjoying a surge in opportunities to go out, now the kids are a little older. Saw the awesome Mr Thing on Saturday, and tomorrow I’ve a choice of Powercut and Mr Lingo at Hy-Brasil or The Allergies and the Old Market Assembly.
Should you happen to spot a very tall beardy speccy chap in a flat cap down the front, at either of these, buy me a pint, eh?
Been a while since one of these – largely as I was lounging in a field at the utter hippie-fest that was Sunrise.
Bloody good music though, which – in a seamless segue – leads me onto todays little ditties.
Shameless, aren’t I.
I’m back (and I’m on time for once!)
This week almost writes itself … enjoy
Ahhh, and relax. Almost the end of a hectic week, so I’ve cracked a beer – A London Brewers Alliance Collaborative Stout by The Kernel, if you must know – and am trawling tunes. Bliss
Sorry it’s a bit late but here’s my last show, warts ‘n all.
You should know the drill by now – some funk, some reggae, some beats, some breaks, some bleeps.
Get involved (below the fold obvs)
Do you like Christmas?
Do you like Jumpers?
Do you like really bad Christmas Jumpers?
Hell, even if you don’t, you should bimble on down to Basement 45 this Saturday to see yours truly dropping beats and breaks in Rooms 2 alongside Teddy G, Si Macc & Rob Helps. If that’s not your kind of thing Empathy stalwart Stu Wilkinson is heading up the main Room alongside Riddle, Cornelius and Dan Robbins for the house heads
See you there – decked in Granny’s finest knitted monstrosity, obviously.