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TVP's + San Leon @ The Half Moon, Herne Hill, 19th Nov 2009

Posted: Tue Nov 03, 2009 12:49 pm
by Nonsuch

Posted: Thu Nov 05, 2009 2:49 pm
by Nonsuch
Thursday 19 November @ The Half Moon (Goo Nite presents)

Dan Treacy and his band play a full set at the Brixton legendary venue. Expect hits of the likes of Three Wishes, Dorian Gray, King And Country, Silly Girl, Look Back In Anger, Part Time Punks, A Good And Faithful Servant, Stop And Smell The Roses...

"The Kabeedies simply make you want to dance around the room, forget your troubles and have a bloody good time. A frantically-paced slice of indie-pop full to the brim with pacey tunes and infectious choruses." Clash Magazine
"Album of the month" Artrocker Magazine

SAN LEON (Spain)
In 2005, five young kids joined together to play some some music. An album was released, some shows were made, some parties were slammed. These five kids landed all of a sudden into the record music show biz world and got scared. The same fear made half of the band succeed as much as 'El Guisante Mágico' (or more..) with another project they had, so both projects divided and kept on.
El Guisante Mágico is / was front guided by Aldo Comas. Aldo has now joined another crew that's why the name decision has been made. These people, Arny Obiols, Miky Cave and Aldo Comas have become SAN LEON. A new album is due to be released in November 2009 through Sinnamon Records.

Solo show from MJ Hibbett, who normally performs with his band The Validators, but tonight will play on his own. They released two singles in 2008, Do The Indie Kid and It Only Works Because You're Here, both of which appear on their latest album Regardez, Ecoutez Et Repetez, released as ever on their own label Artists Against Success. It was recorded over the course of two years at The Snug Recording Company in Derby with every aspect of the album's creation organised by the band themselves, from the sound production to the design and manufacture. As usual the finished CD features a wide range of 'DVD Extras' including a lyrics booklet, interviews, extra songs and even a crossword, all devised by The Validators.

Tickets advance £5:
Doors 7.30

The Half Moon
10 Half Moon Lane
Herne Hill
London SE24 9HU
020 7274 2733

Posted: Mon Nov 09, 2009 12:17 pm
by Nonsuch

Posted: Mon Nov 23, 2009 5:20 pm
by leefact25
Someone - not me - has put the Herne Hill gig on - check it out - I was pulled in on semi-acoustic and "The General" reggae toasted his way through "....."Dorian Gray"

The band were much more together at the Stag's Head (probably because I stayed in the audience) but soon I'll have some youtube vids up of The Stag's Head - including a great version of "Long Time Gone"

Posted: Tue Nov 24, 2009 2:30 pm
by Keg
Great stuff Lee. It's rattling down to my PC right now.

Posted: Tue Dec 29, 2009 12:07 am
by davefusa
could someone please possibly upload this to a file sharing site.
i can't use torrents

Posted: Sun Jan 17, 2010 12:50 pm
by Paul Groovy
have tried to use dimeadozen but can't work it out! Could someone tell me how to use it please?

Posted: Mon Jan 18, 2010 6:31 pm
by Keg
Paul Groovy wrote:have tried to use dimeadozen but can't work it out! Could someone tell me how to use it please?
Hello Mr Groovy.

First of all you need to get yourself an account on Dimeadozen. This is easier said than done, as the site is usually fully subscribed each time you try. They weed out dormant account on a regular basis to allow new users on. So you can either
a) get lucky, or
b) install a sneaky application like 'check4change' which will alert you when the page saying "we are open for new accounts" pops up in place of the "sorry, we over over-subscribed".

Next, you will need torrent software installed on your machine.
U torrent seems to be as good as any.

With that installed and you dime account active, you click on the link and it kicks off the download... which might take some time, depending how many people out there are sharing the files.

Good luck!

Posted: Tue Jan 26, 2010 8:42 pm
by Nonsuch
Interview by Mark Rowland which took place on the night of the gig... ... px?id=5355

MJ Hibbet's blog! ... ights.html