Being the adventures of a band in London with unremarkable haircuts and an arguably eccentric approach to disco. There are three of us: Betamax does the drumming, Vaughn Stokes takes care of the bass, Jordan concerns himself mainly with the Rhythm Guitar, and we all croon like fools.

Friday, 21 January 2011

Thank you Ratface

It would seem that a young man known as RATFACE83 had his videorecorder trained on a couple of bangs in Nottingham.  Includes an HILARIOUS kick pedal mishap and strangely nautical vibe:

Saturday, 8 January 2011


Our bass player has written a Taoist song, our first foray into such forthright philosophising.  It is very nice.

Thursday, 6 January 2011


Next week, after an unprecedented amount of time at the drawing board, the Show returns to stages ACROSS ENGLAND.  Three NEW TUNES and a full range of MERCHANDISE will be available at all engagements.

To make this poster we took a photo of Vaughn taken by Barry before our show in Koln last year.  Max leaped with ferocious enthusiasm immediately to the Hue/Saturation controls, and tweaked those electromagnetic vibrations for a good 45 minutes whilst Jordan and Vaughn were in the other room learning to simultaneously sing and play Jordan's new tune, which right now is called Hello Doctor.  On returning to the Poster Issue, after some deliberation 40pt was ultimately proved ideal for the events themselves, though the cities and dates would require an 80 caliber Georgia Bold, whilst a mere 36pt seemed more than sufficient for explanatory details.  The band then took an unsettling communication from the Manchester promoter, from which it was decided that the Manchester date on the 18th could potentially end up being woefully unfun, and should probably be cancelled.  But then, to the unconcealed delight of all present, it was revealed that five dates on a poster actually looks better than six dates on a poster.  Amid wildly affirmative cries and buoyant libations, the Quality slider was slid all the way to "highest"on the jpeg exporter, and the conversation drifted briskly elsewhere.