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I'd love to send them both off of a dock and into the River Thames, but for very different reasons.
Glenn Fricker weighs in with a few tips on shaping your ship up.
Because Kayo Dot are allergic to convention, they're promoting their new album Coffins on Io with a riff playthrough video
Except for the, you know, recording part.
It's a thing.
Scientifically speaking, of course.
Swaying to the "Symphony Of Urban Discomfort."
Outtakes from the band's new video provide a behind-the-scenes look at the Flash Mosh.
Store up enough good karma for when you need to kick an orphan.
If I can't fit a head on a large hamburger bun then I don't want to play through it.
Oh, and he's rocking an incredibly nice Vigier Excalibur in the video.
He's a loner, Dottie. You don't want to get mixed up with a guy like him.
You know, with that Otari 24-track that you casually make records on all the time.
Hit it or quit it
If they had to render all of these videos at once then Final Cut would have been a "Triple Crash
Learn from one of the masters!