I'm doing a gig at Plastic People in east London on Friday with James and Jake and Wesley, it's for the.. oh, hang on, the bold is on... that's better... it's for the Concrete and Glass festival, and in honor of that, Border Community are doing a competition to give away some passes for the festival.........
COMPETITION! See below for a chance to win passes to both days of the Concrete & Glass festival
A chance to witness the Border Community experience in the intimate surroundings of Plastic People comes on Friday 3rd October, when we are delighted to be taking over the venue as part of the Concrete & Glass festival of music and contemporary art which runs in various East London locations on October 2nd-3rd.
Our new Welsh experimentalist Wesley Matsell will be playing a few records to warm up for live sets from dance blueprint rewriter Luke Abbott and warm and fuzzy analogue electrician Fairmont, before twisted DJ individualist James Holden takes over until closing time.
Concrete & Glass day passes cost £22.50, or £35.00 for both days, which also gets you into a host of other music showcases and art exhibitions across the Shoreditch area over the two days: for full line-up details and to buy tickets please see the Concrete & Glass website. Individual tickets covering entry to the Border Community showcase at Plastic People only are also available for £10 from Ticketweb or Seetickets.
We have two pairs of passes to give away to two lucky Border Community fanatics, providing entry to both days of the Concrete & Glass festival. Email your answer to the following question to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm tomorrow (October 1st) to be in with a chance of winning:
Which of the Border Community Concrete & Glass showcase artists has a track called 'We Are Made Of Glass'?
...I don't want to give away the answer, but if you don't know already then you're probably reading the wrong blog.
In other news, I went to Sweden at the weekend to do a gig in a HUGE building... I had a lovely time and met some lovely people and saw some amazing things, the most amazing of which was defiantly the Norrköping Cactus Garden, which blew my mind.