5 rules of success
I get a lot of very similar interview questions, and many of them are truly dull once you have answered them for the 4th time. The Gigmngr blog asked me to list my 5 rules of success and they asked at exactly the right time - when i was doing my own heart searching about my career. I loved answering these and i put my heart into it:
London Elel & Dynamite MC at Bass Drop, Sydney, November 2012
a couple of weeks ago i was lucky to go to Australia with Dynamite MC. We played a 3.5 hr set in Sydney and here are a few pics that tell the story of the night!
had to end up at an after party. first one in may many years! was a great night. Thanks Bass Drop Sydney!
recently i played at Pirate Station in Moscow. I had heard many stories about the event, but was unprepared for the scale of the production. anyway here’s a bunch of pics from the event!
this morning I was blessed by Diane Charlemagne coming with me into The Chairman’s school to perform during assembly. Diane chose Feeling Good, a standard made famous by Nina Simone and more recently Muse. I worked out a piano part and we had a little rehearsal on Monday and again at home this morning. I recorded our rehearsal in my house just before we left this morning. Big love to you Diane, I think you’re the best xxxx(543 plays)
2 days in Tokyo
I had a magical stay in Tokyo last weekend. Partly because the DBS show at Unit was so special and partly because there was a total eclipse of the sun passing over Tokyo on Monday at 07:32.
Sunday started well with a boat trip in Tokyo harbour. Well a party really, with Jay from UMAA DJing. and there were lots of wigs available. This is Utah Jazz and me looking very smart indeed.
naturally Ultraman was on the boat as well.
Monday morning i was picked up at 05:00 by Kamba and Fumie who run DBS (Drum & Bass Sessions) in Tokyo. they gave me a pair of eclipse glasses. love the bloke on the left in this picture who clearly forgot to wear his.
We stopped at a convenience store, bought beer and dried squid snacks, got to Peace Island, set up our stall by the sea and waited.
and then we saw it
and after the eclipse faded we headed for a 90 minute Onsen session followed by the best pork Ramen in Tokyo at HOPE
AND THEN WE WENT TOY SHOPPING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
hi blog i’m back!
last week in Tokyo i was lucky enough to be treated to some of the best food. Here i try to demonstrate the sheer heaven that is Shabu Shabu
Max Dräxler’s Hospital Christmas comic strip
And the winner of the 2011 Hospital Xmas photoshop comp is this inspired piece by Jan Fabian. Jan describes it for us:
I’m sending my entry. The original stamp was illustrated by the famous czech artist Josef Lada.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josef_Lada
I tried to imitate his style well known for simple shapes and basic lines. Btw. can you notice all hospital artists in the pic? ( watch out-its a tricky one:) )
Beside the image I want to send a big shout from the Czech Republic to you. Thanks for the podcast and for the Hospitality taken place in Prague 3 months ago.
I really enjoy music you spread, continue, because you do it epic way.
I look forward to 30th anniversary of Hospital
hospital photochop final entries!
today’s xmas hospital photocops!