Saturday, 29 March 2014

Only slightly late ...

Hello again!

I'm back after some hideous technical woes over the past couple of months, so ***should*** be posting more regularly again - huzzah!

... anyways I haven't told you about the brilliaint gig by The Psychogeographical Commission, SECURITY and aistob on 8th February 2014 at The Old Hairdressers, GLASGOW, UK.

First up were aistob, who were a machinist/computer operator (Gordon?) and chanteuse (?) who did a rather excellent version of Bauhaus's "Bela Lugosi's Dead"


Next up were the wonderful SECURITY (Joe Ahmed and P6) with their DEBUT gig!!!


and very wonderful it was too - as you can see below (only one slight technical hitch all night as well!)

(this track and more wonderfulness from their Bandcamp page - click on image or link above)

Hopefully more gigs in more places soon - watch this and other spaces!

Headlining the night were The Psychogeographical Commision performing the rather scary "Jack The Ripper" live for the last time. A sort of live soundtrack to imagery from 3(?) "Ripper" films.

Andy (with weird electronic thing) and Stuart (guitar/effects) of Psychomm

Unfortunately the projection/lighting wasn't too great so no video - ***BUT*** you can get a DVD from them sometime soon from their website (click the images/link above)

more soon..... ;)

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