My music is like thirsty hitchhiking with bottles of Rum through the outskirts of space while listening to disembodied voices on acid.
Balancing darkness and light, the result is an intoxicating 80s-inflected genre-bend of an album, and each listen will reveal a new dimension as you travel through the extended psychedelic sci-fi synth-prog future jams nestled amongst cathartic pop-hook interplanetary anthems.
Wednesday October 10th 2012 heralded another great event at the Bassy Cowboy Club with four music acts and three Burlesque artistes on one bill, for a Pinky’s Peepshow special cooperation with London’s Gypsy Hotel club night. A top quality Berlin based line-up showcased an unusual circus sideshow band from London, The Urban Voodoo Machine, where no musician stands still and the music and show just rolls over you in a continuous wave. Kevin Fletcher tells you what you missed:
Junes’ third album, Don’t Leave Me In Autumn, provides a fitting soundtrack for the current season. Its tracks are calm, melodic and saturated with that warm melancholy feeling of autumn. Minimal use is made of guitars, piano and electronic elements which all blend well into the dreamy sound texture as a whole.