Over the last twenty-five years Robin Rimbaud, aka Scanner, has traversed the experimental terrain between sound, space, and image, connecting a bewilderingly diverse array of genres – a partial list would include sound design, film scores, computer music, avant-garde, contemporary composition, large-scale multimedia performances, product design, architecture, fashion design, rock music and jazz.
In our semi-regular nose around the equipment that some of our favourite bands use, Planet Gear, Django Django talk us through the sonic arsenal they used for new album Marble Skies. We picked this up from a band who were trading it in for an MS-20, which I suppose is an upgrade in terms of capability, but we’ve had so much use out of it over the years. It is Italian made and built like a tank. We’ve gigged with it for ten years now.
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@tristanjt Oh of course. Totally. Spurs have done tremendously well, but their chance to win the league was when Leicester won it. I can't see them winning the premiership now with the amounts City and United have spent. Maybe a cup or two....
Also, as much as it pains me to say this, I'd gladly give up my British citizenship to make this happen. Look at the state of the UK and what it has become - just another sad, irrelevant little island.
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