biography_square button_minus button_plus close_artbutton exhibitionarrow_left exhibitionarrow_right follow_button home_sq-artefacetsViewArtefacts home_sq-exhibitionViewExhibitions home_sq-sqaureSupportUs home_sq-uploadUploadArtefact artist dj keyword_3 industry keyword_member magglass newburger onthisday_button profileicon randomiser_button reload_button soundcloud twitter uploadbutton zoom_in


Quite weird being in a gay club with so many football colours being worn, seem to remember a few skirmishes between the dyke contingencies! Philippa Jarman always used to wear her Leeds United scarf to Flesh which used to raise a few eyebrows.

Although I would have been honoured to wear the number one shirt (Keegan!), Dave Kendrick would have been the star of the show, an ace mixer who played it harder than me which kept the punters happier when we started opening till 4am.

John Shard ended up djing in the Gay Traitor this night. He took some fantastic photos of Flesh as a young whippersnapper and went on to have a successful career as a talented photograher.

We were mad for K-Klass piano hooks so I'm sure they would have gone down well too.

Like the 'For leftfooters and shirtlifters' line; Paul Cons had a season ticket for City so probably conjured that one up at Maine Road on a slow day!

Featured in the following MDMArchive online exhibitions:
Queer Noise
Artefact added : 6th January 2010
by Bigmouth
If you'd like to leave a comment, please Login. Login