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"

aistob
aistob

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

SECURITY

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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