10369917_10153053153563905_7445288610905834555_nThis coming Friday night is DJ Stashas little jam at Bar Sport in Newbury, music etc is kicking off at around 8pm and going on til late. I’m going to be taking a choice few 7″‘s down there too and spinning some riddims alongside Stasha. Looking foward to rocking Newbury with some basslines!

Frank Zappa spotted in Cornwall


Last weeks radio show.

SDM & The Colonel – Reggae on Kennet Radio – 22nd Nov 2014 by Shaolindrunkenmonk on Mixcloud

Bespoke Ambivalence

New shit mashing down the hedgerows…

DJ Craze EDM diss

Sleeve Face 2014: Shirley Bassey vs Tim Finn

Took a stroll down to the local record spot yesterday to have a peruse through their latest old produce. The last visit back in 2013 was pretty disappointing and I remember heading home empty handed, all change this time round and I found lots of interesting bits including some with faces on:



Live On Kennet Radio

Here’s audio for (most) of this weeks show…

Shaolin Drunken Monk – Live on Kennet Radio – 9th August 2014 by Shaolindrunkenmonk on Mixcloud

Freedom Of Information

Here a link to a website that publishes FOI requests made by members of the public. Good for a browse or whatnot…

Nando’s – well offshore mate

All you need is a bunch of subsidiary companies in tax havens and a family trust and you too could halve the taxable profit your business generates! Whilst it’s ‘legal’ to embark on a project like this the rules were not designed to allow companies to create a corporate structure specifically to save 50% on their UK tax bill, which is what it looks like they have done from here.

It’s a bit unfair not to mention some of the other supreme tax avoiders of our time, such as Vodafone, Thames Water, Barclays, Amazon, Google, Starbucks & Gary Barlow. It’s all mostly legal schemes and structures they use to save their tax money, but it should also be obvious to the taxman that the only reason they are using these convoluted schemes is to siphon a few quid off the profits.

I may not be as thoroughly educated as the Rt Hon Members who make these decisions but I think it is pretty obvious we have a massive problem with the system here, I wonder how long before something gets done about it?