Bank Holiday weekend minimal(ish) techno and disco fun. We stayed away from the pool. Pix here.
Video artists Addictive TV returned to the South Bank for their annual outdoor gig, projecting onto the side of the National Theatre, and with properly massive sound reinforcement. They invited us along to record the event. Photos here.
Two of the East London scene’s finest ventured sarf of the Thames for a one-night-only show at the RVT on Friday. Scottee performed his one-man show Buy A Better You, and Dickie Beau showcased some of his classic pieces. Pix here.
Helen Noir, Ma Butcher and Ingenue St. John took care of DJ duties, with Nando Messias and Amanda Pet live of stage. Pix here.
Ok, so I haven’t added anything here since November. Yawn. Doesn’t mean I haven’ been busy doing things — just haven’t felt inclined to be writing them up. That might change. Or not. In any case, I’ve added a lifestreaming thang here to Cluster so you can see what I’ve been up to. In fact, I’ll probably even change the default RSS feed from here so you pick that up instead of the one generated from postings (as the lifestream should include those as well if it’s working as it should)… until then, point your RSS reader at FriendFeed.
Gutterslut was hot & sweaty on its return to the intimacy of Images on Hackney Road. Pix here.
Dickie and his open clique took to the stage at the South Bank Centre’s Clore Ballroom on Friday 8th August, for a night of Oz-themed performance. Photos here.
Celebrating five years of disco and new/nu-disco Sunday-night goodness, HMD pulled out all the stops, with DFA’s Tim Sweeny and James Murphy headlining alongside HMD residents behind the decks. We were there.