MUSIC NEWS: PJP, The Deer Tracks, Suns

‘If art sings of Gods, in their silence we must look to ourselves for answers.’ Suns


Carne Griffiths

Right. I haven’t featured any music for a while. So what is on my stereo o o o ooooo. Well. Here are my highly recommended tracks for April. Setting up for the summer – which I’m predicting will be a scorcher.. for one day at least… here is ohDearyme’s music nuse. News. NeWs…

We’ve featured the Patrick James Pearson band on ohDearyme before and we’re huge fans! Which is why they are featuring again.. I’m happy to announce that they’ve been working on their debut album ‘And So It Goes’– due for release on the 3rd June. Here is their new track ‘Vicious Luck’ which will be released through Ouf Records:


PJP Website

I am also enjoying The Deer Tracks..


…who are Swedish super-duo David Lehnberg and Elin Lindfors. Due to release their album entitled ‘The Archer Trilogy PT.3’ on 27th May via The Control Group here is their upbeat dancey track entitled ‘Lazarus’. With eerie underlying dark tones to compliment they’re definitely ones to watch… FREE DOWNLOAD:

They will be performing in London in May. So get on that.

The Deer Tracks Website

I am very excited about this from Empire of the Sun.


Who I get most of my style inspiration from… (me below)

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Is that an elf I can see…?

So if you ever need a triangle player guys. I’m sure I could learn..

And last not least! Suns! Hailing from East London and led by Michael Tyrrell..  I suspect that whilst currently still mainly on the underground scene it won’t be long before they make a sharp peak UP

STYLE TIP: Triangles are in fashion this season. Anything will a triangle on it will get you in.


Which I’m happy about, because I’ve never really liked circles.

And lastly for all you artists out there get involved with this – set up by Carne Griffiths – an exhibition of artwork and objects from childhood in aid of great Ormond street hospital to be held as part of the Leytonstone Arts Trail – 6th & 7th of July at Norlington Road Studios Leyton E10 6LA- LINK

Get involved!


Becki Bx


VIDEO: Urban Barrier – London’s Largest Urban Art Show

I was invited down to Urban Barrier – London’s Largest Urban Art Show curated by Ben Oakley.  Above is a video of just some of the amazing artists that had their work on display… including Fret, Rowan Newton, Carne Griffiths, Ben Oakley, Ray Richardson and Asbo Luv…

Thanks to Yunioshi for their track Tanlines which is out at the end of March – listen to more of them HERE

Buy the art work or get in touch with Mr Ben Oakley HERE

Have a good weekend…

Becki Bx



 Picture Ben Oakley ‘Nearly Buffed’

It was an ordinary day. No different to any other. I was walking through Greenwich when I stopped in my tracks. Usually I find nothing more intimidating than being in a small shop or gallery. Just me…and the shopkeeper/owner. But I found the visual attraction too great and my sense of self awareness seemed to dissipate as I curiously wandered into Ben Oakley’s Art Gallery. Camera phone in hand I had gone into auto pilot….

Artist Rowan Newton

And then just like that my imagination bubble was interrupted as my friend shouted me from the gallery door…‘Becks Becks…come here…look look…’

I ran out of the gallery after her…‘What what?’ I exclaimed…looking around. Was it a bird?! Was it a plane! No… no it was a celebrity. Sat in the distance eating their lunch (chips actually. Yes I was almost as shocked as you. Don’t get me wrong..I’m not sneering at the opportunity to watch a celeb eat..). I darted back in to the gallery suddenly alert of our rudeness, apologetic to the gallery owner (whom I now know as Ben Oakley) as I became aware of our intrusive and childish running about. All over the shop. That excitement of discovery – whilst the opportunity is there.. doesn’t happen everyday.

“Western society do to Mogwai what it has done to all of nature’s gifts” Mr Wing – Gremlins

And so with that – I have a ‘not to be missed’ date for your diary!

‘Urban Barrier’ is an exhibition to be held in one of London’s biggest and newest art spaces entitled ‘No Format’ which is a stones skim away from the Thames Barrier and apparently rapidly becoming the new art core destination. It features forty Urban and Contemporary Artists including Guy Denning, Static, David Bray, Ray Richardson, RYCA, Otto Schade, Jef Aerosol, Carne Griffiths, Pam Glew plus many more!

Preview Evening: 7th December 5.30 – 9.30 (After Party 9.30 – LATE: RSVP)
Exhibition Dates: 8th December – 23rd December: Thurs- Sundays 11.30 – 5pm.

The preview night will be: artists in attendance, live & very good music by ‘SOFT WAX’, Art Raffles, Unlucky Dip and some Random Art giveaways.

No Format – Second Floor Studios & Arts, Harrington Way, London SE18 5NR
Train: Charlton Woolwich Dockyard DLR: Woolwich Arsenal
Bus: 180, 177, 161, 472
All media enquiries/invitations:

And if that wasn’t enough – listen to these! Indie pop duo from Sydney  Nolita Knights – who are Dylan Thomas (vocals, guitar) and Kobe Laurence (drums).


Invite your friends on facebook HERE

Have a good day… Becksxx

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