Glastonbury Set Times

Last week Glastonbury announced it set times.

I’m really pleased to say i’ll be finishing the festival off by closing the Glade stage at Glastonbury 2016!!

I’ll be playing at 01.30 Sunday night following Plaid.  Some of you will know I gigged with them last year, so i’m chuffed to be on the same bill as them again.  I’m a big fan of their work and the Glade vibe in general so I couldn’t be happier with the invitation.

Jason and I will be brining the full dual screen show to Glastonbury, which will be the first festival it’s been to and WE CANT WAIT TO SHARE IT WITH EVERYONE!

Here are the timings from the Glasto site, please excuse the typo, i’m not on at 0045, it’s definitely 01.30, after Plaid..

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Check out the other stages/days/times here.

A reminder of the Plaid show from May 2015

Kayla (5 di 11)Kayla (3 di 11)

Jason is never nervous.

 

Ockrie .. debut release

I’m in a side project called Ockrie, and it’s debut EP has been released.
You can stream on soundcloud and download it for free at bandcamp.

I had a lot of fun writing this EP.  I hope you enjoy listening to it even a fraction of the amount I enjoyed making it, because that would be excellent.

Remix EP

I thought it was time to put out a Remix collection.
So here it is, just in time for Christmas, a three track free EP.
I’ve remixed Bristol musicians and explored styles I don’t usually fully immerse myself in with my original music. close your eyes and turn up the volume.

Happy Christmas

KP

Top 10 things you wouldn’t believe people have said. number 5 made my jaw dislocate.

1. These lists are stupid.

2. These lists are usually based on no facts whatsoever.

3. They are irresistible in spite of their terrible use of language.

4. They have to reel you in with a ridiculous headline.

5. The claims in the headline are always true. 

6. The sixth point is usually where people have lost interest but they keep going because they’re over half way.

7. The internet is littered with them. 

8. They are almost always things you will never need to know.

9. They are sometimes useful for padding out the gaps in our brains, especially as the winters coming, it helps keep the brain warm.

10. I just made all that up.