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Atomic Twitten
ATOMIC TWITTEN (band)

ATOMIC TWITTEN is our small but perfectly-formed acoustic band - with Taylor singing and playing guitar, myself on double bass - playing classic party pop, soul and rock tunes in an upbeat folky style, with a few original songs thrown into the mix. Gigs are currently suspended because of the coronavirus lockdown here in the UK, but the Atomic Twitten page has a couple of videos (and a bit about Killer Squirrels)... Steph

Ditch the Demon DITCH THE DEMON (band)

I play bass guitar in this Hastings-based band, a psych-rock outfit playing some original songs and a handful of fairly obscure covers. Gigs aren't happening at the moment (as mentioned above), but earlier this year we were in the studio recording a couple of tracks, which can be heard (and bought!) from the Ditch the Demon page on Bandcamp. We've had some radio play and hope to be back playing live soon!

Danse Macabre DANSE MACABRE (band)

DANSE MACABRE was an earlier foray into live music, this time playing almost exclusively original songs (a few of which still get played by Atomic Twitten). The band took its own brand of folk-rock, halloween-pop cabaret around London and beyond, including sets at the 2008, 2009 and 2010 Worcester Music Festival. The Danse Macabre Archives page has a brief history, some photographs and more...

Prozakville Records PROZAKVILLE RECORDS

Prozakville Records is very much a home-based cottage industry to distribute DANSE MACABRE recordings, using a MacBook, a pile of printable CD-ROMs and a lot of trial and error! Titles available from the Prozakville Records Shop include DANSE MACABRE's The Golden Age Of Ballooning (EP) and Worcestershire Sauce (CD single).

Quiltbag QUILTBAG 2019 (Hastings Pride)

This page has some information on QUILTBAG, the arts and cabaret event I helped arrange at the Arts Tent at Hastings Pride 2019. We hoped to run this again in 2020, but the coronavirus outbreak foiled plans for this year's Hastings Pride and any hope of bringing Quiltbag to other local venues. I'm still keen to do something to encourage LGBT arts so hopefully something will happen again soon.


All content (c) Steph Bennion, WyrdStar and Danse Macabre 2007-2021.

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