The Revolution will not be Televised

Gil Scott-Heron Tribute

It was an honour and a privilege to be asked to do the visuals for the Brian Jackson Live Tribute to Gil Scott-Heron at the Bussey Building. Featuring an International band of / a musical cross-section of like-minded souls: Brian Jackson (GSH’s Co-Composer), M1 (Dead Prez), Martin Luther (The Roots), Reggie Washington (Bass) and (Acousti-lectric … Continue reading

Acid Jazz Baby

James Taylor Quartet

Massive, Massive honour to play with James Taylor Quartet at the Bussey Building at the start of the year. One of my favourite bands as a kid and still funky as fuck. The absolutely brilliant, hammond driven funkateers without equal – The James Taylor Quartet AKA JTQ. Delivering The Whole Funk and Nothing But The … Continue reading

Good Times – Again

Norman Jay - Bussey Building

Back once again with Mr.GoodTimes, Norman Jay MBE. Playing party classics and and balancing and enormous hat quite effortlessly. Turns out he’s a massive Tottenham Hotspur supporter. Great man, just got greater. Playing it though to the early hours with Mickey Jazzheadchronic.

Back to the Alps

African Head

So I didn’t do too bad a job the last time I was in Switzerland because I got asked back. This was a quick three day tour of Sierre and Lausanne, involving inflatable screens, old cinemas and the Hacienda. First up was Sierre, and the inflatable screen. Set in the heart of the town and … Continue reading

Jersey Live 2012 (Party on the Rock)

alcotraz at Jersey Live

I was recently asked to return to Jersey for the 9th Jersey Live festival. It was a promotion from the previous years New Band Stage (Sobe Stage) to the dance arena, where the atmosphere was guaranteed to be mental from the first act to the last. The set up was amazing and the production crew … Continue reading

The Bouncing Bussey

alcotraz robots

One of Peckham’s little treasures is this huge warehouse hidden down an alley. Like most places in Peckham, you don’t tend to walk down dark alleys unless you know what to expect the other side. The beauty of this paradox is that you never know what to expect on the other side. Everyone is welcome … Continue reading

Disco Wallpaper

Zen Masters

So it had to have started somewhere. Returning to London after a 5 year absence, I meet up with friends who where doing what they were doing at College, putting on parties. My DJ skills never really blossomed so when I was asked to create some visuals for one of the nights, I jumped at … Continue reading

Jersey VJ

It’s been a long time coming, something I’ve wanted to do since I started to VJ. Or more to the point, since I got good at Vjing. A home appearance at Jersey’s biggest music festival JerseyLive. I was invited to play by the two festival promoters who up until the day I met them had … Continue reading