Monday, 26 September 2011

Posters for #sunshinesingle @BarMedusa

Posters! Share them, print them, eat them if you like - here are the black/white and dazzling full colour posters for the Sunshine single launch next Saturday 8th October at Bar Medusa, Wellington. Click the pictures for links to full size A4 versions you can print off, share round and post up around town if you feel so inclined. Hurrah for visual promotion!



The Future video LIVE at Lighthouses launch


Live video of the smooth swinging song The Future from the Lighthouses launch night. This is one of my rare chilled out songs and it breaks up the set quite nicely. As always, huge thanks to @HoccusFoccus for filming and Tod, Gareth and Danny from Throw It To The Fire playing. Cheers guys!






http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irWn_l6Oz3E

Free downloads of the Lighthouses single and Without Fear album (including the Future):


http://jezkemp.bandcamp.com/album/lighthouses


http://jezkemp.bandcamp.com/album/without-fear

Saturday, 17 September 2011

Lighten Up, No Thanks video LIVE at Lighthouses launch


Live video of all-out rock song Lighten Up, No Thanks from the Lighthouses launch night. This is always a catchy bouncy song and great fun to play for all of us. Huge thanks to @HoccusFoccus for filming and Tod, Gareth and Danny from Throw It To The Fire playing too. Cheers guys!




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D28vQ_dzInA

Free downloads of the Lighthouses single and Without Fear album (including Lighten Up, No Thanks):


http://jezkemp.bandcamp.com/album/lighthouses


http://jezkemp.bandcamp.com/album/without-fear

Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Birthday

Ahoy. I've been away from the blog a little while - partly because dlvr.it has been failing at delivering my posts to Facebook and Twitter and I've been avoiding it, but also because I've just had lots and lots of stuff on. (Music video, single recording, extra-curricular work, hosting open mic, applying for jobs, other job stuff, real work, the list goes on.)

There's plenty of things I could and perhaps should have been blogging about: the Libyan conflict and the "fall" of Tripoli, the global economy and our leaders' bewildering inability to stabilise it, and of course the 10th anniversary of the most spectacular terrorist attacks ever. (On the latter, I do feel as I've made my point to the world several times - basically the morals of the story are, a) let's try and respect the dead of all wars, bombings, dictators and disasters equally, and b) we should fight extremism, whatever forms it takes.)

For now though, it's my 28th birthday - all 35hrs of it, from midnight NZ to midnight UK. I'm a bit miffed that I managed to fall sick, or "crook" as the Kiwis say, on my actual birthday, but apart from that everything is rather peachy. A huge thank you to all my friends & family who've been nice to me today.