The 83rd edition of the long running (8 years) Podcast Radio show from Damnably Records of Stratford, East London.
This episode features mostly new songs from 2014/2015 of Punk/Post Punk/Rock/Lo-fi/Quirky Pop/Folk/Space Rock/Noise/Prog/Americana genres from Australian, English, American, Canadian, French, Japanese, Malian and the very first time we’ve had anything from Barnsley.
here’s the latest Damnably Radio Podcast and it has a session & interview from new Damnably act Capt.Lovelace plus some live recordings from the Walpurgis Nacht festival, including the premiere of a new song from us we are calling ‘Hand bastard’ but check out those ‘These Estates’ songs-such an amazing band.
We are Overjoyed to be playing with Watt in Cuz on September 2nd at The Musician thanks to Magic Teapot
So, I eventually talked all of smallgang and Alex from Splintered Man into playing with me and Rama as ‘The Werewolves Of London’, a name inspired by the Warren Zevon song we all love.
This supergroup would be us all doing 100% improv with Pika☆ from Afrirampo/Acid Mothers Temple. I’d had the idea a while back when Simon smallgang said he was at a gig and there was a posse of cool looking Japanese Musicians that all knew each other and were part of this happening scene and he kind of wished he was part of something like that (which of course he is, but it’s not viewed as ‘conventionally cool’). Also in Japan there is a less wanky improv scene to that presently haunting London, so I thought we should have a go and it might just turn out more post punk sounding as we all do that in our bands.
Alex plays a Stratocaster via his new pedal board, Simon is on Jon One-Cats Bass, Toshi plays a Mini-Korg through his pedals, Matt is on a Laptop, Rama drums as does Pika and I play my normal Jazzmaster with Pedals. Damnably had put Pika’s first solo gig on in 2009, so I had seen then, she is an incredible drummer and force of nature as a creative entity. Check out her whole solo set here
Here is how it went down…
57.57 min version
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