For the first time in several years, Glowball makes a one off special return, but this time its at the Facebar.
When is it: Saturday 6th September 10pm to 4am
Where is it: Facebar, Ambrose Place, Chatham Street, Reading
How much is it: £5 on the door
Who is playing: Jaxx, CPR Craig, Timmy Boomkat, Reglok, Fritzfactor, Rude Mamma.
As usual the sound is by Fushion and the lighting by me, Dooza.
The Temple Ball returns to the Assembly Rooms in Glastonbury Saturday 10th May.
DJ’s on the night are:
- Steve Toulliche
- Barbara Psystrand
Decor and VJ by Art of Sacred Geometry.
Sound by Fushion and lighting by yours truly.
Doors open from 8pm to 1am, tickets are £10.
Due to continued growth and expansion, Ink Kings Studios has moved, but far, the new address is:
2 Nottingham Road,
Specialists in Maori, Samoan and Polynesian style tattoos. Portrait, colour concepts and anything else you would like. All the work is 100% custom.
There website is currently down, but you can find them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InkKingsStudios
This year The Temple Ball people have managed to secure The Assembly Rooms for an all nighter for New Years Eve. From 9pm to 4am! Sadly I am not available to help with the lighting, but you can be sure that they will be putting on an amazing party like they always do.
Sonic wave Control will be performing live along side Lorraine Psilocybe, JimJam, Gazillion and Barbara Psystrand.
My trusty friend Gloworm will be sorting out the lighting alongside Fusion for sound. VJing and decor is provided by the amazing Art of Sacred Geometry.
For more information checkout The Temple Ball Facebook Page.
For many months I have been toying with the idea of having a new tattoo, something different from all my current ones, something more traditional.
I think I know what I want, and its to celebrate the life of my grandfather who died last year. He was a Royal Marine, actually he was a bandsman in the Royal Marines, and sailed on ships like the HMS Nigeria. He sailed all around the world, but I don’t know exactly how far he travelled.
According to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swallow_tattoo the Swallow tattoo means you have travelled 5,000 nautical miles, if you have 2 Swallow tattoo’s you have travelled more than 10,000 nautical miles. I am going to hazard a guess that he travelled more than 10,000 nautical miles during his years as a marine, so in his memory, I want to get 2 Swallow’s tattooed somewhere on me.
Exactly where is the hard decision, initially it was going to be on either shoulder, but since I want to continue my Kirituhi sleeve up my arm this area is not possible. So what about my chest? Nope, my Ohm tattoo is in the way I don’t want to disturb it. Other options are my hips, rib cage or back.
The next decision is the style of swallow. I have been having a good look around the internet, sites like Pinterest are great for this, and realised there are loads of styles, but this one is my preferred choice.
I know exactly who to do this for me once I have decided where it is to go, Kneill Brown. This is right up his street.