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SIM©N

13/04/2013

ROLE AT BRIGHTON NOISE.
I like cameras.

FAVOURITE THINGS ABOUT BRIGHTON.
Multicultural dynamics, city-living convenience and a Naturist Beach attitude.

FAVOURITE LOCAL VENUE.
Any and all Venues and/or Promoters who do not charge me to work. Top choices are those with focused lamps, replaced bulbs and motivation driving their lighting desk.

FIRST EVER GIG.
The Mission & The Cult : Brighton : Top Rank Suite : 1985.

BEST ALL TIME GIG.
WORK ►► Traffic : USA : Woodstock : 1994.
REST ▲ King Crimson (double trio) : London : Royal Albert Hall : 1995.
PLAY ► Simple Minds, The Cult, Bangles, Lloyd Cole and the Commotions, Big Audio Dynamite, Dr & the Medics, The Waterboys, Marillion, Jethro Tull, Gary Moore : Consecutive weekends at Milton Keynes Bowl : 1986.

BEST RECENT GIG.
Killer Mike : The Haunt.

3 TOP BANDS/MUSICIANS.
Music for dance, music for Love & music for sleep.

CURRENTLY LISTENING TO.
Tinnitusssssssssssssssssssssssssssss.
With a transmuting foreground of early Japanese solid state amps, exciting big English cones, recently proffering : Darrison, Eric Avery, Refuge Cru, Trey Gunn, The Smiths, Chill Out, Songs from Mali, Bert Janisch, Young Americans, Bo Ningen, Boards of Canada, Narasirato, Brian Eno, Mark Hollis, Hifana, Nenes, Kraftwerk, Buckethead, Keith Leblanc, Blue Jam radio, Saab B:20.1, Porno, Snow-melt, Birdsong and Rainfall.

RECOMMENDED BRIGHTON BANDS.
Dark Horses, Nordic Giants, Yet Un Heard.

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