At least at the beginning, the Flying Lizards were not so much a band as an avant-garde experiment in Pop Music conducted by musical and visual artist David Cunningham and a rotating handful of experimental musicians. The Flying Lizards landed in the UK music charts in 1979 and were seen on TOTP performing a rather bizarre rendition of The Beatles song “Money”. They’d already had … Continue reading Who? Where? Why? – The Flying Lizards revisited
The first in a series of ten mixes documenting the dance scene be it happy hardcore, techno, trance, acid house… classics and lesser-knowns fused together in a melee of mayhem. It’s nineties nostalgia at its finest. Loving the Cartouche – been a while since I heard that tune. Here’s the playlist. Something is about to happen – something wonderful. 1. FORCE LEGATO – System 2. … Continue reading 90’s Dance: Vol. 1 – Something Wonderful
Aldershot Town have today announced that they will offer a live streaming service for the upcoming season to give all fans of the club – and any away fans – the chance to watch matches played at The EBB Stadium. Details of how this will be accessed by fans will be announced in due course, but Aldershot Town have called upon the services of two … Continue reading Live match EBB streaming and 2020/21fixtures
You were there – how did you see it? Was Tommy Langley’s goal-bound effort over the line or not? Some games from yesteryear retain “turning points” and this game was no exception in front of a crowd of just over 6,000. Some footage of the goals from Sunderland’s only ever visit to the Recreation Ground. Names like Tommy Langley, Steve Berry (played for both clubs … Continue reading Did it cross the line or not?!
When I mix electronic music. it’s like one big recipe book; the page is ‘space ambient’ but I;m looking for more succulent and filling ingredients. So I can fuse other styles, techno, bleeps. drops of acid here and there, atmospheric vibes. Number eleven in this series is yet another journey into the unknown. This mix is worth it for the Solar Fields track alone, an … Continue reading Deep Space Rituals: 11