WHO NEEDS A MOVIE?

This lovely couple can help

MERRY CHRISTMAS

Here’s our Christmas message from a couple of years back. Have a good one…

BLIND BALL

In the summer of 2011 we invented an incredible game called Blind Ball.

And because we’re losers we wrote out the official rules to the game. But you should be grateful because now you too can enjoy the great pleasure of Blind Ball.

Here’s a snap taken on the day of it’s creation. Notice James’ eyes are closed tight. We can only assume from the lack of celebration that he’s just completed a simple “half-blind” (no big deal). Either that, or a very cool, calm and collected “Full Blind” (big deal).

 

INTERVIEW WITH BOWIE THE DOG

Here’s an interview with the dog from Don’t Tape Over

By Matthew Markham and Jennifer Sheridan

Vote for their film “Rocket” in Virgin Media Shorts here

BOWIE THE DOG

It was great to see our Don’t Tape Over co-star Bowie the Dog has made the shortlist of Virgin Media Shorts with his film “Rocket” directed by Jennifer Sheridan. Vote for the film here!

“Waggy Stardust” though?! Come on The Metro, you can do better than that.

Here’s the brilliant nominated film:

Vote here!

And you can see him in our Don’t Tape Over 4 minutes 15 seconds in.

Click here for Bowie the Dog’s Youtube channel

Back to the BLOG…

CONDESCENDING ROOM TO LET…

Spotted in Willesden:

MORE PLEASANT DRAWINGS…

more of these here…

MORE KEVIN LEAKE

Another showreel from our favourite actor

BEN’S IMPRESSIONS

This guy on Youtube can do some amazing impressions

TECHNO NOTICE

The year was 2006. Des Lynham was presenting Countdown, Hard-Fi were at number 1 and Mike Baldwin was dying in the arms of longtime love rival Ken Barlow on the nations favourite street – What a time to be alive!

There must have been something in the air that year, because it was also the year I, Ryan Allan Howes (aka MC Daddylonglegs), along with Craig Sinnamon (aka DJ Big Papa) formed one of the finest Yorkshire-Irish-Techno-Electro-Hip-Hop bands Bromley had ever seen/heard.  We were The Techno Daddies (Carrying the beats like – beat caddies). We didn’t last long, but my goodness we made a slight impact. We weren’t without controversy either:

People tried to tell us we weren’t really sent from the future to educate the past, and the technically it wasn’t techno music, but these were just technicalities…Though accurate ones as it turned out.

The reason I tell you this now is because I found one of our old tracks “The War on Techno” which like many of Gene Pitneys best tracks tells a wonderful story. So 6 years on does it stand the test of time? Who knows, we might even reform. We’ve talked about recording an Easter Anthem. To do for Easter what Slade did for Christmas, and absolutely cash in.
From our first EP Techno For An Answer: The War on Techno