That’s right, sweethearts – “Pus Galore: the Luis Drayton Sickness Shot” is now on XRP Radio every night from 12-1am!
… Cool, huh?
The one thing that the punk explosion did for me was to make me realise that I, too, could realise my musical aspirations. It allowed me, and many friends, a creative outlet. From approximately 1978 to the 1985 almost every friend I had was in a band, sometimes in more than one. Those heady days we wrote and played our own songs, wrote and appeared in fanzines, recorded and distributed our own music. It was amateurish, it was tremendous fun, it was hard work at times too, and for me it was many lonely hours writing words and mastering as many unusual chords as my fingers could wrap themselves around. There was a real sense of discovering. Ours was an embryonic indie scene, then called ‘alternative’, and we often arranged our own gigs in order to play.
Last night I want to The Gettitude Album Launch Party at the Railway…
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Turns out other bands take my opinion of them very seriously… Anyway, go check out Sanity Clause’s fb page – seeing as I only saw the last 30 seconds of their act, I could in fact be quite wrong… Hell, maybe their music sh*ts all over my stuff!
Out now – the DVD of the final night (04/11/12) of Ting N Ting‘s “Punk Weekend #5” at Crescent 20, Salford! Featuring sets by Sinister Chuckles, Morphine Ghost, Sanity Clause and myself, of course… Hell, I even join Sinister Chuckles on stage to provide main vocals for a couple of their songs – what more could you ask for?*
* A speedboat.