There is a fairly involved story to this write-up of Kindred Spirit actually making it into the public domain. Between Elaine giving the interview and it appearing in print, TeamRock, mother company of Prog magazine, went bust, provoking an outcry (mostly to do with celebrity fans of Prog‘s sister publications – there aren’t that many King Crimson obsessives out there I’m afraid) leading to it being taken over / bailed out by former owners and most of the content prepared resurrected for the February edition. So this content has been in print for those of you keen to hunt out and buy the hard copy edition (before March’s bumps it off the shelves), but is now also available online free here:
complete with a free download track, in case you can’t make it to a gig to buy the full album (or its predecessor) – or to whet your appetite to do so. Have a read!
Said same band will be back on the road on Friday, playing Weybridge Conservative Club *gasp* (but I’m assured you can pay for one-off entry without having to swear allegiance to a portrait of either Iron Lady – at present). Then on Saturday the Filthy Spectacula commit ourselves to video playing live (not seen the latest music video yet? You should), before preparing to (dis)grace ‘Europe’s largest alternative / fetish / crossover event’ – more on that anon.