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What Kelly Knew
My first new song in ages. It's about Dr David Kelly. [more inside]
The Night They Closed The News Of The World Down
A filk dedicated to Andy Coulson and all at the News of The World, may it rot in peace. [more inside]
Another newie from my band Bring A Guillotine, electro-ish intro, then roccckk! Enjoy! [more inside]
A new song called 'Madeleine' from my new band, features piano, strings and bouncy guitars! Wheeee. [more inside]
Locate the Pin
From the band that brought you "Bridges over the Thames" and "The world's most blown mind", The Old Whores Of San Pedro proudly present. Locate the pin, a song inspired by a fire extinguisher. [more inside]
The World's Most Blown Mind
Another track from The Old Whores Of San Pedro. [more inside]
Bridges Over The Thames
This is my first contribution to MeFiMu, so go easy on me! [more inside]
Nurse I've Done it Again (Return to the A&E Department)
The sequel to All The Things... (...I've Stuck up my Arse, Ode to an A&E Nurse), the dark middle act of the A&E trilogy. Watch your bassbins.
All The Things... (...I've Stuck up my Arse, Ode to an A&E Nurse)
N.b. A&E is British for Emergency Room.
A folky ditty about a perceived lack of love in the city.
A song about the places that are the most emblematic of your teenage years and the people who you enjoyed spending your time with there. [more inside]
True Skool (Lestrade 1440 rpm mix)
This is a remix of Coldcut's True Skool featuring Roots Manuva that I did for a remix competition a while ago. [more inside]
Plinky plunky pianoky. Lestrade.
Savage Engineering (Hibernation Sickness)
Sometimes breaks, samples and dirty synths are reason enough. Lestrade.
Rockets Fall on Rocket Falls (Live Mix)
Nice to interpret Godspeed You Black Emperor! electronically - exciting! Thought it'd be fun to close my first gig with a climactic cover version, so I prepared this. Though I don't think anyone spotted it was a cover, it went down a treat. By Lestrade.
I've produced a few versions of this track, but this one, the eldest, is still my favourite for the skyward tangent just after the three minute mark. A Lestrade recording.
Upbeat acoustic indie folk rock blues! Most of my songs are about drinking.