Last weekend was so hardcore that it’s taken me quite a while to recover and realize what even happened. Instead of one long post with stories and photos about both events I’m going to break them up. So let’s start with Newcastle. I’ve been friends with DJ Smurf (Glenn Petersen) for quite a long time and we have been thinking of a way to get me to perform in his hometown. After a few tries with help of his friends Booney and Donald Jenkins they pulled off a really sick event. It was at a club called Think Tank in an industrial area. It was over 100F all week in NY so while I was enjoying the cool weather in the UK the funny thing was they were all complaining about the heat. I guess it never even gets warm there. I even noticed that while in the hotel the news was reporting several cases of severe sunburns. These are some translucent skinned gingery people! The venue was a concrete cube just the right size for my long light cable to reach the back of the room if I so decided to trot into the crowd. During soundcheck I had the chance to test out a few new tracks including a EBM slammer I recorded with Belgian artist Radical G. After a change of clothes I put some new Dr. Martens on and the night began. It was pretty packed and I really got into it. I will say on stage it was dam hot. I had to pause and grab water more and a few times. I was basically one hundred percent wet by the time the hour was over. After Don stage dived and almost killed a girl I went into the crowd too. Deaf and wet I still couldn’t resist hanging out after the event. There’s some good looking fun people there and it was hard to get myself back to the hotel room within a reasonable time. Glenn was kind enough to have me over his house for a few drinks. His girlfriend who for some reason they call hotdog is pretty insane and obsessed with the Kardashians. My issue was I had to get to Dortmund for my next show and I had a 4 hour layover in Heathrow. With a lot of luck I made it. To see the full set of photos: click here
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