I've set up a bandcamp site, so that eventually I can put all of the SRS recordings up to listen to and to download - so far, I've added the first three albums (for £2.50 each) and a live recording or "We're Here For Duration..." that I found (that can be downloaded for nothing if you fancy it)
Have a look here: http://supermanrevengesquad.bandcamp.com/
The new recordings I've been doing are now very nearly ready for people to listen to - I recorded seven songs with the band I played with last year, and one new song on my own, and we pretty much finished the mixing of this on Monday this week. It is sounding grand. I think I'm going to call it "There Is Nothing More Frightening Than The Passing Of Time", but I'm not 100% sure. I think that's what I'll call it though. More news soon.
Other news is that I'm playing a Superman Revenge Squad set on my own again this month, as part of the Croxjam event that is taking place at all venues in Croydon on 20th October - apparently, you get a wristband for a fiver and can then get into all the venues where bands will be playing all day. Looks like it should be good - I'm on at Matthew's Yard at 3ish I think, and I notice that after me both Cassettes and MJ Hibbert are playing, who are definitely both SRS faves.
It's very nice, and features an interview with me and with Jamie that runs the Audio Antihero label that released the ND2 album.
Just got back from the Superman Revenge Squad big band gig. Was really nice to play with them again, and it seemed to go pretty well. Here are the songs we played:
Lately I've found myself Regressing
I'm Gonna Go To Bed and When I Wake Up I'm Gonna Be Someone Else
Paulie in Rocky 3
A Funny Thing You Said
We're Here For Duration
The Angriest Dog In The World
Breaking the Law
And here's a photo of the band: Me with Adam Parker (on drums), Martin Webb (on cello), Gavin Kinch (on Accordion and Piano), and Jon Roffey (on saxophone)
Hopefully we'll go into the studio sometime soon as record some of the songs. Then maybe we'll do another gig together one day. It was a really splendid evening