We had the second rehearsal for The Krill. Enterprise in Denmark Street is a great rehearsal spot. Plenty of character.
The Dees just spent a great weekend recording at NJA Studios in Kent – Niall Acott’s studio. 4 tracks laid down, including drums, perc, bass, guitar, vocals and plenty of overdubs. Niall Acott masterfully managed the whole thing. Brilliant.
I met up with The Dees fellas last night in Borough Market. We’re planning to record a new EP in Feb 2014 with Niall Acott (NJA Audio). Looking forward to it, but wondering what drums I will use.
Had our first rehearsal with THE KRILL (London’s premier Surf Rock Band) at London’s The Joint rehearsal studios. Great stuff. Also see The Krill (Surf Rock Band in London) Twitter Account here for updates.
This was one of The Dees’ last gigs before activities petered-out in 2007 ish.
Retrospective post. The Dees rehearsing in The Premises rehearsal studio, back in 2006.
We’ve just been in Studio with Niall Acott to some tunes for The Dees. This time it’s a 4 track EP, and a little rockier.
The Flyer from The Dees’ gig at The Water Rats Theatre on Friday 24th September 2004. More pics and information to follow when as I discover stuff…
The Showcase for The Dees, The Album, in July 2004 at the Union Chapel in Islington, London. Right near Highbury Corner. The Dees – inaugural album “2004” The Showcase in 2004 Photographs by Conal Jones. Sound by Niall Acott. Lights and drama by Dan’s mates, including Andy Audsley.
Did a shoot in the basement of Dreambags yesterday. Great setting. Not sure about me as subject matter…
The Dees are in Studio, at Angel Studios in Islington, London.
Great memories of a raucous gig at The Garage. We had a full compliment of backing vocals, from the amazing Rachel & Sarah.
The Dees had a gig at Club Infinity, on 21st October 2003. At the moment, no other evidence of this gig exists. Here’s the flyer.
Took a few pics in The City to go with some promotional gig material.
Following a brief forray as “Borissey Mould“, we renamed as SHUX – to stay close to Flux.
For a short while in 1997, we were known as “Borissey Mould“. This was directly after we had found that there were too many bands called “FLUX” playing, in LONDON.
Another very sparcely attended gig. At the relatively new PowerHaus in Finsbury Park. The sound was AWFUL. They should have kept the PowerHaus on Liverpool Road in N1!!