CHEMISTRY SET - GOD BLESS THOSE "PSYCHEDELIC VETERANS"
so described by Mojo's Phil Alexander on his Planet Rocks radio show, the band's latest album - 'The Endless More And More' - was Phil's album of the week on April 23rd and he played two tracks from it; you can listen in at
NO NEED TO JACK IT IN
Congratulations to Jack Ellister, whose debut album has finally seen the light of day on Friends of the Fruit; it sold out long, long ago but the poor guy has gone through hell getting the album pressed without faults and flaws. If you've missed out on the vinyl edition, you can still get hold of it on CD - check out Jack's site - www.jackellister.com
SOMEONE HAS RECEIVED THEIR CHEMISTRY SET BOX-SET
Thanks for all the feedback from the club members who were able to buy a set from me before i ran out - generally positive reactions (ho, ho), with a hint of sympathy (yes, i really do need help).
It could become a bit of a collector's item - a set has aready sold on ebay for £282 here
this evening, I shall be mostly drinking Neu!, courtesy of the Orbit Brewery in London (thanks to Nick Watt for the introduction). It's named after the legendary German duo and is a lovely pint - and it's rather appropriate that i tried it for the first time at today's Independent Label Market and London Brewers Market - a magical combination as a record fair gradually turns into a real ale festival as the day unfolds.
Where else can you pick up an album of Lebanese psych rock and a six-pack of motorik beer? Looking forward to the next event already.
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...hear the tracks.. ..buy the vinyl.. ..smell the fish...