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Take Me to the Cleaners

October 22, 2012
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‘anatomy’ released today!

October 15, 2012
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Artwork-RDB

Well, after some time in the brewing, my second album anatomy is released today. I’m going to write about the people that helped me get to this point later in the week, but for now, here’s the link and I hope you enjoy it! Bandcamp  

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Anatomy of a Lover

October 9, 2012
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That Was Then, This is Now

October 1, 2012
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Fat & Happy

September 20, 2012
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Cakes

You hit your thirties and your friends start to settle down. Mostly, they put on a little weight and cheer up a fair bit. It seemed like a good thing to write about, both a celebration of their domestic comfort and a two-fingered salute to the prevailing message plastered everywhere you look only thin people get laid. Do they bollocks; we’d have a population crisis. There’s a more personal side to the lyric too though. I’d been That Guy who didn’t eat wheat, dairy, caffeine, sugar and any-other-fun-substance-you–care-to-mention in the quest for a little more energy. In my defence,...

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Fat & Happy

September 17, 2012
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Dirt Beneath Your Toes Video

September 10, 2012
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Scratchcards

September 6, 2012
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Scratchcards

I got into the habit of buying a No. 7 scratch card from the Tesco Metro on Lewisham Way along with my shopping. I’d put it in my back pocket, or tuck it in my wallet and savour the thought of what it might hold on the ten-minute walk home. You expect disappointment, while knowing there is a mug’s chance that there just might be a significant sum of money waiting for you under that rubbery silver coating. Quite often there would be two £100,000s revealed with one square to go. You take your time, placing the edge of...

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Scratchcards

September 3, 2012
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Summer in the City

August 30, 2012
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Cyclist in the City

Summer in the City Have you ever heard The Pharcyde’s Yo Mama? That is one funny, hard-grooving tune with terrible jokes about your mum being so fat… etc. The rapping in verse three is A1. Robbie and I played it to Andy and asked him to use the drum beat as a starting point for his own groove that we’d turn into a loop. We hit record, left him to it for half an hour and then picked the best couple of bits, one with ride cymbal for the middle eight and last verse, one with hats for the...

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