New Order’s Blue Monday was released 33 years ago this week. Orkestra Obsolete examine how it would have sounded had it been made 50 years earlier using instruments from the 1930s including dulcimer, musical saw and harmonium.
Sarah McCall and Eider Leite (no, really) at the press preview for Forbidden Fruit (on at the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin, over the weekend) this afternoon.
Damn pastel-swathed Summery Hipster duo.
Meanwhile, here’s the booze ‘rider’ for headliners New Order. It would have been more if Peter Hook was still playing
1 Bottles Stolichnaya Vodka 1 litre size ( On Ice )
6 Bottles GOOD QUALITY Chardonnay ( On Ice )
2 Bottles GOOD QUALITY Dry Rose min 12% proof. ( On Ice )
2 Bottles GOOD QUALITY Cabernet Sauvignon
2 Bottles GOOD QUALITY Cava ( On Ice )
2 Bottles GOOD QUALITY Sauvignon Blanc ( On Ice )
2 Case’s Corona (Bottled) (On Ice )
1 Case local Beer ( Bottled ) ( On Ice )
1 case of Bulmers (On Ice)
Thanks Barry H
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