A bit of a shine

The seagull picture was taken by a friend and collaborator Ta King, she has shedloads of photographs on the web (here are some). Anyway, the picture doesn’t mean anything apart from that I don’t have one of Waxed Apple, who the remains of this post are about.

I went to see Waxed Apple do their Brighton Live set last night at the Sussex Arts Club. Fortunatly a lot better than the Free Butt ep launch. It was nice and loud and clear, and even if people were sitting around at the front, it was still a geat show.

After experienceing the inside of a fridge chic of the Sanctuary refit, I was a bit peturbed at what may have been done during the recent renovations to the Arts Club, but fortunately its basically just a lick of paint, and a slight change in the colour scheme.

Anyway to celebrate the new Waxed Apple 5 track ep here is the last track, “Monkeys”, not just chosen because there is a chime sampled from an Elmaes session. Honest.





Not really something the Spirit of Gravity is known for I suppose, but we like the German Rock as much as the next man. Maybe even more. Anyway, here is a tribute to Can, Neu and the rest from the September 2005 Spirit of Gravity.


Steve from Minimal Impact teamed up with Tony from Malevich to perform a Krautrock version of the Minimal Impact Planets Suite.

Steve provides the space noises and guitar, Tony the bass and drum parts, this is the first 6 minutes of the performance, it carries on building from here.


New music

This is Calebs version of a track Elmaes has done for WM Recordings to go onto a compilation “Numerology” due very soon.
WM Recordings is the label spawned by the wonderful Weirdo Music, based in Holland they make original cd’s available on line, you download a set of mp3’s and a cover, burn the mp3’s to cd and print the cover, and Bob’s your uncle.


let me know if it works!