I quite like the new Bailterspace album “Strobosphere”. One of my favourite bands of all time. The new album brings back good memories of their Christchurch gigs in the late 1980s and early 1990s, possibly the loudest gigs I’ve ever been to.
Bailterspace have been based in NYC for many years now so I never thought I would get to see them play live ever again. Am very tempted to go see them at Laneway in Auckland but found out yesterday that they will be playing at The Dux here in Christchurch on Saturday 2 Feb!!! That’s what I call a homecoming.
Below is the video for “World We Share” from the latest album “Strobosphere”. Damn fine clanging deep sea fishing trawler rock ‘n’ roll I say.
Like I was saying on the show last week, I’m so far behind on music releases it’s just not funny anymore. I’ve missed some really good stuff over the last year.
However, thanks to Dave Imlay at Galaxy Records I got to have a listen to The Golden Awesome‘s album “Autumn” which was released November 2011 by M’Lady’s Records and must have got an NZ release earlier this year. One for all shoegaze freaks.
Did we ever tell you about Festival No. 6 happening in a few weekends time in Portmeirion, Wales? If not we apologise for not giving you time to get organised. Here’s a taste of what we’ll all be missing.
Thanks for the reminder by the lovely people at Caught by the River. They’re the peeps who released the fantastic “Under Milkwood” 7-inch single. The flipside is pretty cool too – Richard Norris aka The Time and Space Machine. Caught by the River will also be staging events at Festival No. 6. See you there next year perhaps?
It’s been quite a few years since RDU has had a comedy show.
So we tried to make up for it several times during the show today by inadvertently leaving the microphones after we had finished our voice breaks. Luckily you can’t quite hear who we call a c–t for singing badly, the phone numbers of our dealers, or the name of the politician who ate all the pies.