This is the last of my films from the 1979-81 era, the only one in colour – the much traveled Eyeless In Gaza playing at Heaven (the really neat London club where I also remember a great gig from Tuxedomoon) – not really sure of the date and I think I may have the shots in reverse order. Also not sure if the double exposures are me being clever or happy accidents from a screwy camera.
Some important info from The Tin – particularly for the Atrition gig on 10th September.
As we move into the easing up of restrictions we are committed to keeping our gig goers, our performers and staff safe.
We encourage attendees to continue to wear masks if they choose to and also be mindful of others. Although there are currently no rules in place which insist gig attendees provide a Covid ‘passport’, PLEASE take a test ahead of attending our events; lateral flow tests are a simple and free way of making sure you are safe before entering a gig – order yours here – https://www.gov.uk/order-coronavirus-rapid-lateral-flow…
Please do not attend if you have tested positive for COVID-19 or are displaying symptoms. If you aren’t feeling well, please stay at home and get better soon! #takeatest #bekind
Lastly, in order for us to staff and manage our event effectively, please buy a ticket in advance. By ordering a ticket we have a mechanism to contact you directly, via email, should there be any last minute changes.
As part of my current full spectrum promotional efforts for Septembers This Is Then show, probably the UK’s best indie record store (well certainly the best in Broadwick Street) Sounds Of The Universe (also home to the mighty Soul Jazz Records) now has a This Is Then poster up on the wall (well the side panel of a record rack).
The vinyl packed interior of Sounds Of The Universe, now with added This Is Then poster.