Violinist Adrian lets us know that he left the Netherlands that night, because he can’t stand missing the gig. ‘I’m absolutely fucking determined.’ He drives from Gorinchem to Calais, takes the tunnel and then drives all the way up to Stockton.
This LP is really, really good. It’s managed to traverse the chasm of weak, insipid, lukewarm sonic piss that lots of modern electronic pop slide into.
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In all of this, the spirits of Arthur Lee and Skip Spence are invoked at every turn.
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King Champion Sounds couldn’t really fail; lined up on a stage in perfect order, they blasted out their tough, psyched-out rockasoul.
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Also, it depends on what music has been playing in the office. If someone has been playing singer songwriters all day, there will be distorted kicks and heavy bass lines.
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Things are looking dire for Baz, and if he wants to avoid a future slurping Super Noodles in a damp Damascus bedsit whilst working on his right arm, he needs big bucks fast, which means a new job.
As a teenager, John Peel was my lifeline to England and to new music. Everyday I listened to his show. So we were very honoured when we could do our first session. And that we were invited to do 5 in total.
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A sensual side? Man, I was thinking of Conan The Barbarian during the whole writing/recording process…
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While the origin of the music is certainly pitched at myself, once it grows into something that exists as a recording and I’m performing it live in front of an audience I definitely feel like it has transformed.
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