We are on at el Mercat de les Flors at around 1am, so do come along and make some noise. Over the past couple of years we’ve grown from a fairly messy group with a highly conventional repertoire into a bunch of iconoclasts singing weird shit. True to this new egalibertarian spirit, the workers have bought new t-shirts to go with their overalls while I have treated myself to a gorgeous little summer frock for which I now need to find some glam ear-rings.
(If you can’t make it tonight, we’re doing a neighbourhood fiesta in a tent on Rocafort with Floridablanca on July 2. I played this one a couple of times with my old drag act before making an inappropriate suggestion to one of the organisers; it tends to be quite alarmingly drunken.)
- Why Spain must win tonight
The geopolitical consequences of a German victory don’t bear thinking about.
- Phlogging a dead house
Here‘s a good bunch of Pontevedra photos by Colin Davies chronicling the frenzied destruction of those not-particularly-interesting buildings that nevertheless make
- Shameless plug
Polifònica Industrial, the choir of which I am apparently director, is singing and prancing around at the Marató de l’Espectacle at
- Adam Aston singing Czerwone maki na Monte Cassino
One of the first times I played in public as a kid was at the local Polish club, and I remember
- Can an independent trade union survive in Spain?
Or do they all live off the state in order to live at all? This re the emergence of an independent