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Loves Veneer

For the recent Great Pop Supplement night in London all the artists playing were asked to contribute an unreleased song or demo track to be included on a free cassette that was given out on the door. My track is called Loves Veneer, download it here.

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20 SEAS 4 OCEANS is my debut single released on The Great Pop Supplement label.

300 vinyl only 7″ with screen printed (by me) wood veneer insert 

(found out more …buy it here ->>) http://www.greatpopsupplement.com/start.html

The Reject Tin

When I was growing up I was fascinated by an old biscuit tin that we kept in a cupboard, it was referred to as The Reject Tin. It contained all the family photos that didn’t make it into the family photo albums, all the shots that cut peoples heads off, had red eyes, or were out of focus. The reject tin was my favourite, I would spend hours combing through the jumbled pile, they were not nicely ordered like the neatly catalogued albums, here each picture would jump back and forth through time with their subjects caught off guard or just goofing around.

This brief mix of music contains pieces I’ve recorded but not known where to put them, I like them but they have no home, so I decided to string them together. They are part of my musical reject tin.

JOG ON

I took this photo of Steve Ovett’s statue that stands (heh heh) in Brighton’s Preston Park . Just six weeks after the statue was unveiled in 1987 vandals pushed it face down into the mud. During the nineties it was subjected to numerous humiliations by pranksters who stuck a moustache on it, covered it in a woolly jumper and dressed it as a schoolgirl. All the remains today is his right foot. We are using this photo as part of the art work for a Fujiya & Miyagi extended track, a 37min continuous mix of music. It was recorded back in 2008. The track is called ‘Different Blades From The Same Pair Of Scissors’ you can find it on iTunes. 

Gocco

My first attempt at printing with the amazing Japanese screen printing machine GOCCO.