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Interviews with Creative Minds. No.12: Adam Gaterell

I first met Adam Gaterell, aka the artist formerly known as Punk Poet, in the summer of 2013, as he stepped on an Isle of Wight stage to perform with a dozen or so whipper-snappers who he’d helped to mentor.

Since then our paths have crossed with increasing regularity, sharing venue stages and fashion tips on virtually a monthly basis. I’ve grown to respect the man, and he’s grown to tolerate me, so he was an obvious candidate for inquisition.

Interview features two tracks from Pleasurade

 

The links

Like Adam’s Facebook page!

Be the Garfunkel to his art website!

Hassle him to reform the exceptional Pleasurade! 

Written by Dom Kureen

As a young rapscallion stranded on an Island, my time is split between writing, performing spoken word, wrestling alligators and delivering uplifting pep talks to hairdressers before they prune me. I meditate and wash daily when possible.

Interviews with Creative Minds. No.10: Bobbin Dixon

Bobbin Dixon – possibly the greatest fore and surname to collide since the equally sublime Tyler Durden was seen jiggling Meatloaf’s mammaries in Fight Club 16 years ago.

Not only does Bobbin possess a dandy moniker, he also happens to be the Isle of Wight’s pre-eminent comedy maestro and a south-coast trotting compère to boot.

(Apologies for the slight audio hiss; noise cancelling my ar*e!)

To get in touch with “Mr No Days Off”, you can catch him through any of these social site links;

Twitter (acceptable)
Facebook fan page (encouraged)
Facebook personal page (a wee bit creepy)

Also kind thanks to Signals for the use of Square Wheels, and Fozzy for ‘Enemy’, either of which can be downloaded by clicking their respective band name. 

Written by Dom Kureen

As a young rapscallion stranded on an Island, my time is split between writing, performing spoken word, wrestling alligators and delivering uplifting pep talks to hairdressers before they prune me. I meditate and wash daily when possible.