The first saxophone I bought was a baritone. I was fifteen, it was forty quid. The local music shop kindly put it aside whilst I saved up the money from a weekend job to pay for it. What a hooter! … Continue reading
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A queue forms outside a record store earlier today For those of you who tend towards physicality as opposed to aethereality as your chosen medium of music buying, and who also have a penchant for…
Having recently found, to my surprise, that, between them, the tunes on my Soundcloud page have now had over 5000 plays, I had a look to see which of the tracks had been played the most. I’ve now compiled a playlist of … Continue reading
……..punting our various creative bits and pieces, in relentless bouts of bleary-eyed online self-promotion. It’s a plan for life with failure built-in because no matter how much you do, there’s always a bit more that you could have done. Mark Zuckerberg … Continue reading
Here’s a recently re-unearthed two minute extract of Red Square’s 2011 set at the Tinderbox Festival. Due to timing over-runs, we had to cut our set down to twenty minutes, so a lean, spare instrumentation was the order of the … Continue reading
I’ve finally got round to adding a separate page to this blog for the Duffs, including more audio examples. Part Blockheads, part Talking Heads, the Duffs delivered an unstoppable dance vibe on gigs……..
After rehearsals with Comus, Waiting For Ray and the Psychedelic Raiders this week, the next gig is at the Assembly Hall, Islington with Comus on Saturday 21st; Tickets are still available from WeGotTickets, and there’s a Book of Face event … Continue reading