NME Awards, Chaos and Spooky Woods

Last week I put the finishing touches to a composition for the Brighton Half Marathon to accompany their promotional video. I gave it a bit of the Hendrix treatment but there is also definitely a tip of the cap towards ‘The Strokes’.

I am currently working on the music for a short animated film and have been collecting some field recordings to apply to a spooky forest scene. This lead me to borrow a friends Bulldog called Chaos to record his heavy breathing, and on a separate occasion to a nearby eerie woodland where I found an animals leg hanging in a tree and without wanting to sound like a closet botanist…some wonderful moss. The random animal leg freaked me out slightly… but in a strange way I liked it.

Don’t ask how, but last week I found myself ducking under the paparazzi on the red carpet at the NME awards. Being in close proximity to celebrities is slightly bizarre and there was certainly some ego-tripping at the gates of hell going on, however, highlights were seeing Pulp live, saying hello to Noel Fielding, whose face is really something to behold in the flesh (I am not gay) and getting free Domino pizza delivered to the table. Its a shame I don’t drink because there was a mountain of free booze..but there was ginger beer…result.

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