real life drama, idle fantasy, and stupid from the second lowest tier of the music business. because urgghhh.

Guess the band. I won’t tell you. Apparently they like jf. Which is sad because they’re way more famous and really bad.

Guess the band. I won’t tell you. Apparently they like jf. Which is sad because they’re way more famous and really bad.

Was gonna do some guess-the-band ones. But that’s hella unprofessional + also I’ve genuinely forgotten who this was. So his non-branding really worked, well done mystery idiot.

Hey you know you’d sell more of them if they were cheaper, right?

electioneering

Phone a friend. Or not.

Phone a friend. Or not.

Last week I was promoted.  And by ‘promoted’ I mean everyone more competent than me had more important things to do. And by ‘important’ they mostly meant pub-based.

Last week I was promoted. And by ‘promoted’ I mean everyone more competent than me had more important things to do. And by ‘important’ they mostly meant pub-based.

I was Courtney Love’s worst merch guy ever.

I was Courtney Love’s worst merch guy ever.

Use once then die alone

yr friends am untested at festivals

but i’m sure what everyone wants to hear is a bunch of weepy depressing songs right? i think i’m allowed to talk about this now:

i’d like to point out this is my third ever show and i’m pretty much eating my own hands out of nervousnessness. 

clearing out old harddrive, found photo from The Myspace Era of a guerrilla art installation I made for a Cliff Richard show years ago. The bears are wearing Cliff Tshirts and they have pins for eyes. This was sadly removed by cleaners who don’t know social commentary when it’s literally stabbing them in the hands, but the giant upside down crucifix made from 70 of those smiley cliff face pictures (just out of shot) survived for a good couple of years after. If you’ve never worked for Cliff Richard you no right to judge me here. Rudest fanbase ever. ikr. 

clearing out old harddrive, found photo from The Myspace Era of a guerrilla art installation I made for a Cliff Richard show years ago. The bears are wearing Cliff Tshirts and they have pins for eyes. This was sadly removed by cleaners who don’t know social commentary when it’s literally stabbing them in the hands, but the giant upside down crucifix made from 70 of those smiley cliff face pictures (just out of shot) survived for a good couple of years after. If you’ve never worked for Cliff Richard you no right to judge me here. Rudest fanbase ever. ikr.