Celebrating 30 goddamned WWW years: 1994-02-17
One of the 1st 1,000 websites IN THE WORLD.

Pat's Recommended Links
Historical Artifact (c. 2003)
Max Eider
Max Eider 's website. sick and fun and completely necessary.
Peter Crouch has now finished his solo album. The act is called Cellartime and the album is called "As It Went Down". Right now folks can get a copy of the CD by sending Crouchy $10:00. Bargain! Find out exactly how to pull off this feat of impeccable taste by contacting Pete.
David J.
The official website for David J.
Wolfgang Tschegg
Wolfgang Tschegg has wandered online...

Bug him for a copy of any of his records - they are inventive and beautiful.
Tom Hall
Got this from Di Hall
Mick Mercer
Mick Mercer is one of The Butcher's favourite journalists and all-round gentleman adventurers is flogging all manner of priceless pop pictures for the discerning.
The Black Watch
I first encountered The Black Watch at the end of the eighties in Los Angeles, where they live. I can't recall the connection, though it may have been that very, very, very, very, very bad man Iain O'Higgins , who has been working with them for a long time now. Bless their whimsical souls, they call him "Higgledy".

I got to know the band better during my self-imposed LA exile in 1991. John is an astonishingly erudite geezer With A Past, J'Anna is sweet and brilliant, and - for one night in September '91 at least - bassist Roger and I were going to get married. (This is probably O'Higgins' fault. Suffice to say that Roger left the band shortly thereafter and has not been heard from again...)

When we played The Roxy in 1992 the Black Watch opened for us, and J'Anna joined the JBC with her violin for a version of Racheland. So now you know the best musician we ever worked with.

John and J'Anna were in at the death of NN1's Interwaffle Cafe (home of the club that Curtis E. Johnson and I used to run, "Escalation") on New Year's Eve '98/'99. Despite being assailed by wreathes of smoke and menaced by strange natives on every side, they coped bravely and a good time was had by all.

The Black Watch keep producing lovely, melodic records and you can find out more about these - and even download a copy of John's novel.
The Purelove
From Hamburg, Germany - Their work found it's peak in the recordings of their debut album "King Pop" in 1996 supported by their friend and idol Pat Fish aka The Jazz Butcher (guitars).
Desmond Hobbubu
Hello, I do not understand. It must be mistake. You have missed my VERY IMPORTANT website.
Love Music, Hate Racism
The Warlocks
Good new rock band alert!

The Warlocks are a fine bunch of drone-rockers from Los Angeles. (The NME thinks they come from San Francisco. They do not.) They actually opened for the JBC at the Troubadour on 9/9/99, but we didn't get to see much of them that night. Last week they came to NN1 and Sonic Boom and I went to see them. They have really come on, and anybody who likes Spacemen 3 is going to dig this band. Sonic even joined them for a couple of numbers, doing his feedback thing.

The Warlocks are currently touring the USA with Interpol. Tour dates and a whole lot more at: www.thewarlocks.com . UK listeners will have to wait until they come back over here in April.

Mon Feb 24 09:12:15 PST 2003
Stranger Tractors
The band of Curtis E. Johnson
Owen Jones
Owen Jones 's new website
Bad Apples
Rolo McGinty 's new band - drums, double bass, piano and two guitars.
Gabriel Turner 's new band, Tobermory, are doing good things, heading out into Germany every once in a while.
Songs For Summer
A young man from California asked me to contribute to a charity compilation album in memoryof his unfortunate girlfriend who died real young. The money goes to help disadvantaged and abused kids with art projects.

I contributed a track, recorded on Curtis' computer. It's a version of "Indian Summer" as written by the Beat Happening, and recorded by Luna and Spectrum. The record also features Jonathan Richman, B-52s, Pansy Division, G-Love and a bunch of others. At your favourite online store now!
NMP Online
The dope on what's going on in the NN1 music scene...and the rest
Will Curruthers
Homepage of the one-time Spacemen 3 and Spiritualised bassist with new music to download
The Racehorse
Slipstream have a website going. It is possibly the only place in the world where you can find Wilson listed next door to the Pet Shop Boys.
Joe Woolley
Joe Woolley's new website.