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1  Tinyfish Wibble / Gigs / Re: Tinyfish - Friday 6th July 2012 - Swindon 12 Bar w/Dec Burke Band on: July 06, 2012, 05:48:57 PM
Yay! ...any idea what time they'll be on stage?  Are they starting any earlier?
2  Tinyfish Wibble / Gigs / Re: Tinyfish - Friday 6th July 2012 - Swindon 12 Bar w/Dec Burke Band on: July 06, 2012, 05:39:28 PM
According to Facebook half of Dec's band (Pat and Hywel) are stuck in traffic and unable to get to the gig  Sad  

...correction; looks like it's Dec and Pat stuck in traffic but having to pull out of the support slot.  Sad
3  Tinyfish Wibble / Band Announcements / Re: Celebr8 2012 - Suggested Venue For Warm Up Show on: March 07, 2012, 07:57:06 AM
Here's another venue suggestion (I forgot about this one first time around)

http://www.newbreweryarts.org.uk/live-music-and-performance/booking-the-theatre-c-296_519.html

The Brewery Art's Centre, Cirencester.

It's a lovely little venue split across four levels, with the seating/viewing areas spread around the stage and above the stage on three sides (so we can throw things if you're crap, or possibly just anyway!)

Not sure about capacity; between 100 and 200 I would guess based on previous visits.

Again; the light show is superb for a small venue.
4  Tinyfish Wibble / Band Announcements / Re: Celebr8 2012 - Suggested Venue For Warm Up Show on: February 26, 2012, 05:18:16 PM
I would obviously be very pleased with either of the Swindon venues (providing Andy doesn't do his usual and run out of real Ale) but if you can't do them for whatever reason here's a few other suggestions:

South Street, Reading.  It's pretty central and has the most awesome lighting rig for a small venue.  Smiley
The Thekla, Bristol.  It's an old rusty boat in the mud docks.  Awesome!
The Louisiana, Bristol.  It's not an old rusty boat, but still pretty good.
The Guildhall, Gloucester.  Has two rooms and a variety of layouts for the main hall.
The Pump Rooms in Stroud.
5  Tinyfish Wibble / Other Bands / Anyone need Magenta tickets for The Peel on 19th Nov on: November 04, 2011, 04:14:49 PM
Much to my annoyance something else has cropped up (our well meaning kids arranged an anniversary party for us without asking about the dates) so we can longer make the Magenta Peel gig on the 19th.

I have two tickets available; would prefer to sell ( 12 each) but really just want them to go to a good home!

pm me if interested!

Cheers, Neil
6  Tinyfish Wibble / Other Bands / Re: Frost* playing The Peel - 16th Dec on: August 17, 2011, 06:42:56 PM
Think Jon must be getting snowed under (pun intended) as he's just posted the following request on Facebook:

PLEASE PHONE 0208 546 3516 for FROST* TICKETS THURSDAY 18th NOON - 7.30pm NOT TONIGHT!!!!! Thank you :-) 16th Dec Show 12 advance!
7  Tinyfish Wibble / Other Bands / Frost* playing The Peel - 16th Dec on: August 17, 2011, 06:18:10 PM
Get in quick; his will sell out very quickly.
8  Tinyfish Wibble / Other Bands / New Opeth - full streaming track! on: July 27, 2011, 08:30:09 PM
http://stereogum.com/766792/opeth-the-devils-orchard-stereogum-premiere/franchises/haunting-the-chapel/

...sounds pretty damned good to me!    Smiley Smiley Smiley
9  Tinyfish Wibble / Other Bands / Opeth album pre-order on: July 21, 2011, 04:48:34 PM
Get in quick - first 500 special editions are signed!

http://www.bandstores.co.uk/shop/opeth/products.php?cat=1806
10  Tinyfish Wibble / Other Bands / Re: The Night of the Prog on: July 13, 2011, 07:36:24 PM
btw according to Markus (the RPWL keyboard player) "This is Not a Prog Song" had 31 snippets of other songs.  Shocked
11  Tinyfish Wibble / Other Bands / Re: Now listening to!!! on: July 13, 2011, 07:25:14 PM
Mouse - don't consider it fully tested until you've played Deadwing 5.1 on it!  imho one of the very best 5.1 mixes ever!

...btw I'm listening to "Kingmaker" the exclusive track by Big Big Train on Classic Rock Presents Prog cover cd (latest edition) and bloody good it is too!
12  Tinyfish Wibble / Other Bands / Re: The Night of the Prog on: July 13, 2011, 05:32:20 PM
It was indeed a brilliant couple of days, James; thank you so much for doing the driving, providing the camping gear and being such great company!

But I must add some detail to your account; you missed the private aerobatics display by the entire Belgian air-force, the Pizza's Box (fresh baked in 3 minutes), the Belgian guy who fell off of his chair in the restaurant, the very noisy camp site  (get back from gig, play music from a portable hi-fi until stupid-o-clock) and the very silly rules about confiscating large bottles of water (which didn't matter 'cos I just went and stole them back again!)

...I must say that there were some very special sets and even more special moments within those sets which will live with me for a long time.  Excellent festival in all respects!
13  Tinyfish Wibble / Band Wibble / Re: Big Red Spark thread at PE on: June 25, 2011, 06:28:55 AM
I'm sure I don;t need to point out that PE is a very strange site; the most "vocal" of posters just love to argue endlessly about which precise genre/sub-genre/sub-sub-genre something belongs in, ignoring completely the fact that any kind of categorisation is subjective (not to mention completely meaningless.)  Then there's the endless, mindless threads about "the big five" and the threads arguing about who "the big five" are anyway...

but...if you ignore all that twaddle, I'm convinced from discussions I have had with other bands that there are a *lot* of people who trawl threads looking for recommendations on what to buy.
14  Tinyfish Wibble / Band Wibble / Big Red Spark thread at PE on: June 24, 2011, 09:41:45 PM
...go and air your opinions!

http://www.progressiveears.com/forums/thread.asp?ForumID=1&TopicID=133984&posttime=6%2F24%2F2011+2%3A37%3A51+PM&private=

15  Tinyfish Wibble / Other Bands / Re: Pendragon @ the Peel on: May 28, 2011, 11:43:05 AM
five of us coming from Swindon on Saturday, four doing it all again on Sunday!   Grin
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