Mash Hits live at The Spirit of Gravity review

July 2, 2012 at 10:02 pm Leave a comment

Finally back in Brighton after a year away it was great to see Shitmat with a special Mash Hits set, although some of them there London types who had come down mangled on the train having just discovered “KillerBabylonKutz” seemed a little nonplussed by the lack of Gabba breaks. The rest of us lapped up the treat. If you have been following the series, (http://soundcloud.com/mashhits) you’ll know what to expect – heavily processed hits from the last 60 years of no 1′s. Tonight we had Doris Days “Secret Love”, Madonna and several things I didn’t recognise. Doris Day was submerged in a glorious aquatic murk, mermaid-like rising above it to sink wonderfully again. A really sparse and empty piece of Piano minimalism, noise and some daft 80s beats. It was great to see Henry stretching his legs.

El Maestro Con Queso (Gravitational Pull)

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