Archive for the ‘Photo Journal’ Category

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Glasto Photos

July 12, 2010

 

 

Some lovely snaps of the Glasto slam final courtesy of Olga Dubrova at splitvision photography. You can view more of the other competitors here.

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June 21, 2010

The Furious G appeared at Spice of Life in Soho for Shabby Rogue’s last gig before their hiatus … also there were the hilarious Blabbermouth.

GPW read from upcoming release Tiger Poetry – including Other People’s Poetry, My Ex-Girlfriend Is Smoking, The recurring conundrum of a spiritual minded drug user, plus staples You Are What You Eat and O.A.Ps.

Afterwards, he rocked over to 84 Great Eastern Street to the former FOundry to join the open mic night being held there by the new residents of the squatted social centre.

He gave a reading from Howard Zinn’s People’s History of the United States, and then tore the place up with Civil Disobedience and O.A.Ps.

It felt good to be with a home crowd.

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f’King Poet

April 19, 2010

VOTE

FURIOUS GEORGE !

 

f‘KING POET

George has qualified for the

HAMMER & TONGUE POETRY SLAM FINAL

 

 8 pm – MONDAY MAY 3RD

THE GREEN NOTE CAFÉ, CAMDEN

 

PoetrySlam is competitive poetry – 8 poets – 2 rounds – 3 minutes each – audience votes for the winner

 

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL POET & WATCH HIM SMASH THE COMPETITION

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GRRrrRRR!

April 5, 2010

One more from the lovely people at Acoustic Insurgency

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“Great poet – stupid name.”

March 30, 2010

Last on the bill of fifteen new acts at Monkey Business in Chalk Farm … a woman was nearly killed by a falling light, the homeless took a severe tonguelashing from several ‘comics’ … performed OAPs and Word Pron to an exhausted and faintly abused crowd … Phots by Nurul Mohamad …

Martin Besserman

“Great poet – stupid name” quote from the man Martin Besserman himself, lovely guy, who was bizarrely sporting the same hat as my dad …

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Acoustic Insurgency

March 30, 2010

MIGHTY JAH-J! the Furious George premiered his dubfunkpunk phenomena on Sunday night at the Grosvenor in Stockwell. Amzing venue, wicked crowd of largely folkies who turned up to see the legendary Leon Rosselson. Show went down really well with people equal parts amazed and impressed. Setlist – This Is Liberation, Choke On A Dictionary (over the Acid Maggot dub), Octogenarian Anarcho Punx, Mighty Jah-J! Has Landed, Civil Disobedience (with new backing track) and You Are What You Eat, in the versus Sublime vershaaan.

Some photos below, by the lovely Nurul Mooza Mohamad:

Princess Maha from the Kut

Vic Lambrusco - compere

Kate Smurthwaite

Leon Rosselson

The Balsall Heathens

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Hair Of The Dog @ Spice of Life

March 26, 2010

Spunking it all out, March 14th 2010

Photo by Nurul Mohamad.