I got an email today from the nice people at the Student Radio Association telling me that the official photos were up… so I stole them. …well stole, borrowed, leased, copied its difficult to tell these days.
Below are two images that caught my attention this evening. The first is Nick Turner’s image from http://www.artnotoil.org.uk/ which depicts the silhouette of a man holding a petrol pump to another man’s head emblazoned from behind by the BP logo. The second image is the Pulitzer prize winning photo of South Vietnamese General Nguyen Ngoc […]
Last Friday saw The Warehouse Project play host to the Transgressive Records Roadshow, featuring Lady Fuzz, Battle, Larrikin Love, The Young Knives, The Subways and The Mystery Jets. And up to see it all for one night only was my Dad, Pete Jackson. Already famous for his epic films, production of Blue Peter and above […]
Well, to not put too fine a point on it, I won. It wasn’t expected and I’m both flattered and surprised. Above all I see as a record of my achievement not so much the award itself [although I am of course well chuffed about that] but those who I was in competition with for […]
Steve Lamacq introduces the Student Radio Awards 2006 The nominations for Best Specialist Music Programming Letitia presents the nominations for Best Male My acceptance speech followed by Scott Mills giving me a quick trim Chris Moyles presents the nominations for Best Female and receives, interuptions, cheers, abuse and applause.
The Longcut perform their amazing track Late Night Bus at The Warehouse Project.
The night all starts off rather nicely with some top clas moves by the Wolfman Things go up a gear and I start shouting Video and Fabio like a small child thats just realised that ‘eo’ and ‘io’ ryhme. An interview with Claudio and Binno and their filthy take aways. Disgusting. Claudio and Binno take […]
A couple of videos I managed to grab in between directing people to Fairholme Road…
Here is a selection of videos from my trip this summer.
Vish, Claudio and I take our first steps into The Warehouse Project. A view from behind the mixing desk. Rahzel does the verse, the beat, the bassline and the chorus AT THE SAME TIME!