EX 201


I just spent the last couple of weeks with a Moog and an old 70’s Korg drum machine, an electric piano and a guitar and a delay pedal to create this kraut ambient album.

I spent about two weeks editing it as it was all live passes. In the end, I couldn’t decide anymore where to do the edits so I left it as it was (mostly). Not sure it works that well but there are some nice moments so I thought I’d put it on Bandcamp anyway.

In the past this would have probably gone out as a MuZiK KluB release.




Book And Vinyl Sale

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I’ve added a few albums to the six by seven Bandcamp site and also some extra past books which I have left over from a recent order.
I also got just over 100 returns from Germany of the Love And Peace And Sympathy gatefold digipak CD’s. I also now only have 4 Das Ist England vinyl left!

The Things I Make Lyrics Book Hardback £20 – 2 left
Counting Clouds In A Clear Blue Sky Autobiography £22 – 4 left
The Things We Make Concert Programme £15 – 1 left
Bleak Strategies Book £10 – 3 left
Das Ist England Hardback Book £20 – 1 left
Somewhere Between The horror And The Love Book £10 – 1 left
Run It Through Your Horse And Stick It On The Roses Book £10 – 1 left
Yugoslav Attack Book £10 – 3 Left

Love And Peace And Sympathy Gatefold Digipak SALE £3

Walls Of Dada Pink Vinyl SALE £10 – 11 left
Walls Of Dada II White Vinyl SALE £10 – unlimited
Six By Seven Blood Drips Album SALE  £5 – 16 Left
Das Ist England Vinyl £20 ONLY – 4 left
Six By Seven Abstraktion 12 Double vinyl SALE £18 – 6 left
six by seven KlubMix!33 SALE £15 Only – 4 left
six by seven Hollywood Splatter £10 – 2 left
six by seven EX II SALE £10 – 6 left

Tascam 8 track recorder with ‘Staggered Moments of Truth’ album on it
SALE £150 – 1 left





The Rhyme Of The Dying Artist


And as he lay there dying, he knew that he always realised life was not very long. It came as no surprise to him that he had gotten old and was now on his deathbed. Now there were no more questions left. No more ‘how long do I have’ and no more ‘what to do with the time I have left.’

Now the sense of wonder at being alive was gone. He knew that when that happens, all is lost.

It was never the idea of getting old that bothered him, it was just the idea of actually dying that seemed such a drag. He only had one life and had turned the whole thing into one big experiment. He didn’t know where he was going, but he certainly knew it wouldn’t be boring.

His art had been both a doorway to perception and a house to live in. If he had not learned about his art, he knew that it would not have mattered what he had done with his life. It was all about alienation and where he fitted into society.

He knew he was an individual who never felt he needed to have somebody qualify his work in any particular way. He was working for himself and him alone. He knew that his biggest mistakes came when he tried to second guess or please his audience. His work was always stronger when he got very selfish about it.

And as he lay there dying, he knew that life was always going to be short.




Das Ist England came out on Friday and is now already sold out in most shops including Rough Trade and Juno. I now have only 5 copies left to sell through the Bandcamp site. There’s a few on eBay and one shop is already selling them for £30.

Get it while you can. It rocks! 🙂






Counting Clouds Autobiography Pre-Sale…

I had the A5 hardback proof of my autobiography delivered today. It looks great. I’m actually quite proud of it, I’ve written a book with over 300 pages. What fun.

If you missed the Kickstarter then you can pre-order a copy now from the Bandcamp site. It costs a little bit more than people paid for it on the Kickstarter campaign, they get a discount, because they funded it happening.

Pre-order your copy HERE