Guests for October came from countries where travelling by car is measured in days. Except Celled, who come from a place where finding a parking space takes days.
Just before he headed back to Canada, the long way round (while the nights have got colder here, I’ve just heard from Sean its 32 degrees C where he is in Thailand) nwodtleM played his fourth set for us.
Sean came up with a special set for us, eschewing the normal breaks and 80’s samples, it was a blast of tones, white noise and found concrete. All pitched up and down and messed around with and sourced from philips compact cassette.
On a busmans holiday, Chris Cobilis stopped off to bang the table, play guitar and zither and occasionally sing. The cultural ambassador from Perth Western Australia. I haven’t got a clip if his encore lecture on Australian Culture or the introduction to the Australian piss-weak seagull.
Trekking in by Taxi from Hove came Celled. A minimalist treat of piano, Korg and effects, Celled took three songs by their noisy alter ego’s Sold, slowed them down beyond the point of it being funny and played them extremely quietly.
Joined by Ben Inman on very quiet Cornet, this is an unrecognisable version of Solds live favourite .