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Fascinated Friday: Chap Hop, or "When I Say Hey, You Say Tally-Ho!

For today’s Fascinated Friday, I felt in the mood for something light and fun.  Since the purpose of these Fascinated Friday posts is to share things that I come across that I am enjoying, I thought that today I would talk to you about my latest discovery:  the fascinating hip hop sub-genre known as Chap-hop. 390 more words

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Kitacon, Final Moments - Joel

Well, my Kitacon very nearly ended in a whimper, rather than the bang it deserved. During the day I began suffering with exhaustion and dehydration, and ended up leaving the Professor Elemental/Mr. 425 more words


Steam punk, Greece and conga wars with The Gaslight Troubadors and Professor Elemental

“I am not starting until everybody is ready,” Professor Elemental mocks himself in his most English, teachery voice. He claims to have held gigs back for an uncomfortably long period of time waiting for the audience to pay attention. 454 more words


Chap Hop? (Professor Elemental and Mr. B The Gentleman Rhymer)

While procrastinating a while back I stumbled upon Chap Hop. Chap Hop is a music which originates from England and it mixes elements from Chappist and Steampunk Sub-genre. 223 more words


Live and Local 105.5fm

This week we have Keegan Mcinroe in session together with John Bucket and Mike Barham talking about Devizes Festival.

Music from: Keegan Mcinroe, The Computers, Professor Elemental, Howlin Lord, Sahara Heights, Control The Storm, Bruce Street Bridges,Aural Candy, Shebeats


De Vaporudibus

Of all the ridiculous Difficulties posed by being a Man out of Time, and, particularly, a Neo-Victorian in this former Part of the Twenty-First Century, perhaps the greatest is how, precisely, to describe the “Steampunk” movement in Latin. 642 more words