Music and Bands

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Smooth grooves from your friend and mine, local boy Jazzy Baker.

James Baker electric mix november 2010 by jazzybaker

The Levellers on tour promoting their album "A Weapon Called The Word" play an impromptu gig at Bridport Music

skimmity-hitchersThe World famous in the West Country, the badger-baitin, 'Ampshire-hatin band Who's Afear'd are no more, sadly, Who's Afear'd reached the end of the A35 after three fun-packed, cider-soaked years.

The good news is that you can't keep energy like that down for long, and risen from the ashes come The Skimmity Hitchers.

Pete ChristiePete Christie plays Indie Anglicana acoustic folk rock. Pete lives on the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset and has been performing his melodic and lyrical songs for over 30 years. Audiences enjoy his crafted songs, acoustic fingerstyle playing, 'acoustic, folk, blues, rock, country and back again' and general great entertainment value.

The remixes of Phonat “Ghetto Burning” a track written and performed with Yolanda Quarterly takes the original for a ride through many varied musical directions; Tech-house - check, Techno - yep, uh-huh, Dubstep? hmm not really - but it does have a pinch o' reggae.

MoFoHiFi

The Black Wreck Music Project features Matt Black on Vox, guitars, percussion and weirdness and Robinson Wreck on Vox, Bass, percussion and weirdness. Their album Rough notes from rough seas has ten tales of Smugglers, Highway men, Sea battles and how it all generally ends for a pirate of the golden age. theblackwreckmusicproject.bandcamp.com


Aww this is a great bouncing tune and the video reminds me of Malcolm Mclaren's Double Dutch from last century.(see it after the break)

2ndattention from Bridport in Dorset has been making music since he was a wee lad of 5, things started to pick up and make a bit more sense at 18. After spending time in an indie band he moved into DJing, and then developed an addiction tovsynthesis, beats and general warble sounds. With this experience under his belt, he now aims to combine the music he loves in the hope it doesn't sound like an awful mush of noise.

Jakey ZeeBased in the Rebel West Country, contrasting Jakey Zee's folk background with innovative restylings of classic tracks and less heard but no less regarded covers, using just acoustic guitar, harmonica and a strong vocal presence to bring a boxing clever set of songs designed to proke and evoke while the drinks go down.


News just in - Who's Afear'd have been presented with a gold disc to mark 200 sales of the Day of the Badger. The Dorset Echo are refusing to cover the story due to pressure from County Hall.

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