First the day to day
Well RaW at the ICG I think was a huge success. I had loads of fun being the one back at the studio and coordinating music in fill with live reports, recordings, interviews and loads and loads of e-mails in from everywhere from Bahrain to Holland to Canada to the U.S.A. It was lovely to have people actually enjoy our output and be vocal about it. Some of the messages sent in and some of the output can be accessed at the RaW website .
Unfortunately we were so busy that I didn't get to do any interview editing and docu making and more importantly: didn't get to go to Fopp. I think this was good for my soul but I will have to escape there a.s.a.p. (work permitting: the London Fopp isn't as good as the Lemmingtown one).
I am itching to blog about the Werchter festival which I attended at the start of the hols but that's going to have to wait because 4 days of music is going to be mammoth to review and I need to move to London and start that there job.
Also, I have done another album review which you can check out here at BBC music interactive
In my opinion it's an album definitely worth getting, though it'll take a while to adjust to the super short tracks and the surprise insertion of much slower tracks than the rock that The Subways are becoming renowned for. Check out this band live if you can as they're amazing to watch. this is their website if you want more details of any tours
Of course I have just returned from sometimes in Welshie land and much fun was had on the beach, in a static caravan, at a theme park (Oakwood), erecting a gazebo, in Milly's house and at Mel's birthday celebrations (mmm pineapple and cheese). Chad Michael Murray: fitty