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Good evening,

Our catchy little number, ‘Untitled’ from our latest release will be played on BBC INTRODUCING: THE SOUTH presented by Melita Dennett, Sunday 7-9pm on BBC Sussex, BBC Surrey, BBC Solent. Listen live/again here or on an old wireless, somewhere between 95.3-104.8FM.

If you can listen live, then tell Melita how much you enjoyed the song. Ha! Email the show at or text on 81333 starting the text with the word Radio.

And on another note,

Below is an image I made at Apparently everyone was doing this three years ago, but its the first time I found the website. I have recently been thinking of reviving some old cassettes.

November 11, 2010 at 9:18 pm

In words

We are delighted to be included in the November issue of The Brighton Source magazine. The review features a Reeves & Mortimer reference which is odd but lovely. Have a read from the link or pick it up from the usual places in Brighton town.

November 6, 2010 at 7:38 pm

Real time

‘Reversible laminar flow’:-

The red drop that falls into the blue dyed water has no time to mix together and is reformed as the original drop at the top of the emerging jet. It goes through many stages, including a perfectly sheered droplet; a ‘coronet’ to a manifesting fountain. This is another realm of real time.

From ‘Worlds Within Worlds. A Journey into the Unknown’.

October 31, 2010 at 10:46 pm

New eee pee see dee – Demonstration Two

Good evening. Below is a picture of the front and back cover of our newly recorded demo. Thanks to Liam Bradbury for his time, production dexterity and general enthusiasm.

If you would like a copy then drop us an email.

I may set up a paypal shop, put the recordings on soundcloud, or you could listen on myspace; I could set up a bandcamp account, I might put them on spotify and itunes; I will try and slip one in your pocket when you are not looking. They look good on a coffee table.

October 14, 2010 at 10:53 pm

Building level on a hill

The above image is of Southover Street in Hanover, Brighton and the pub in the foreground is the Dover Castle. I sometimes imagine scenes in my head of people leaving their densely packed Victorian cottages and swarming down the steep hill to The Level park on market days.

I have recently been interested in these homes and how they are built, level, on a hill. I don’t care much for the mechanics of it, just the curiosity and this curiosity has led to a song idea.

To add some context to this post, The Creaking Chair played their first show at Hanover Day Festival in July 2009. I remember rehearsing for this in a perfectly level house on a hill in Hanover.

October 11, 2010 at 10:18 pm

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