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17/12/2014 – King TV-Don’t Wanna Go Home (2014)

Four tracks in seventeen minutes, don’t mind if I do

Some tracks start with a whimper, other fade in slowly, and some start with an explosion of feedback. 267 more words


Awesome Twelve Gig in Brixton last night...

I have to say that was one of the best Twelve sets I’ve played last night, I really enjoyed it and it was a great mixture of new and old technology, Ableton Live with real analogue and soft synths. 119 more words


All Happening, All Dayer 2014

The promoters at It’s All Happening organized an all-dayer last night in the hallowed Brixton Windmill. Along with the obligatory 2 dogs on the roof and the patio barbeque, 7 bands from the indie zeitgeist performed for the crowds. 58 more words


The Babies - Self Titled (Shrimper, 2011)

The Babies were one of those bands I heard when every hipster in Brooklyn who could hold a guitar was in a band and releasing records about 4 or 5 years ago. 95 more words


Help secure the future of Brixton Windmill

The Friends of Windmill Gardens write as follows:

In 2016 Brixton Windmill celebrates its bicentenary. This is just one year after the current Heritage Lottery funding for the windmill and the highly successful schools programme comes to an end. 116 more words


Why market traders could soon be chanting 'Brixton Flour'. The survival of central London’s last windmill and the story of a middle-class suburb

Market day in Brixton is a noisy affair. The minute you step out of the Tube station and onto the main shopping stretch you are struck by a sea of music and chanting. 1,551 more words


Brixton Windmill launch 'Mill Memories' on Bank Holiday Monday

Brixton Windmill will be launching their Mill Memories book and exhibition on Bank Holiday Monday 5 May.

Mill Memories is an oral history project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund as part of its All Our Stories scheme. 102 more words