BACK TO SCHOOL
…it may have been a little quiet round these parts, but that’s mostly because noses have been on grindstones!
There’s a whole bunch of stuff coming up for me and M+D –
gigs, releases, remixes….
so, eyes down for a full house and here we go:
My old mucker David Edwards has a great new album out. I done a remix:
Also he’ll be coming up on the overdue return of WYFW? dropping soon…
T-WOC / BELFAST
I’ll be returning to the wonderful city of Belfast on the 29th of September, to play a Bass Clef set.
It’s the launch party for this 10″ on Rudimentary Records, for which I also did a remix. It’s hands-down the dubbiest thing I’ve ever released!
There’s only 200 copies so don’t hang about…
NEW BASS CLEF 12″
Due in the next couple of weeks, I’ll be releasing a two track 12″ on great Bristol label Idle Hands, it features “Dawn Chorus Pedal”, and “You Don’t Know Don’t Know You”
Once more mastered at Optimum, they’ve done a fabulous job as always of getting my crazy tape recordings onto vinyl. It sounds great! Clips to follow…
SOME TRUTHS LIVE, SUPPORTING HIEROGLYPHIC BEING!
Indeed, come and watch me as nervous as I’ll ever be, honoured to play before one of my absolute heroes, at the Elgar Rooms in the Albert Hall on October the 10th
EKOCLEF AND BASS CLEF LIVE
A few short days later, I’ll happily be reuniting with Ekoplekz and we’ll be playing a brand new set together at the Purcell Rooms, before moving into the QEH itself to play a Bass Clef set (which will be a special one – watch this space for details).
Also appearing are the mighty Raime, and Mount Kimbie!
And at the end of october I’l be playing not once, but twice, at Unsound in Krakow : )
JESUS, IS THAT IT?
No sorry, there’s still more to come. Hopefully at least two more pieces of Bass Clef vinyl to come before the year is out, a Some Truths LP, plus remixes of Pollyn and Hello Skinny still to drop.
LET ME GO HOME NOW PLEASE
Nope. There’s still news of a new batch of MAGIC + DREAMS releases before the year is out – okay I’ll tell you later…
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