Popop - Live @ Old School Studios

Premiere DateSep 1, 2012
Categories Media Music
00:00    Themetune
00:32    Mr Jason talking
01:40    Part 1 Popop - Live @ Old School Studios
06:47    Part 2 Popop - Live @ Old School Studios
08:28    Part 3 Popop - Live @ Old School Studios
12:19    Part 4 Popop - Live @ Old School Studios
16:01    Part 5 (Broken Laptop) Popop - Live @ Old School Studios
18:04    Part 6 Popop - Live @ Old School Studios
24:13    Mr Jason talking
29:54    The Covert Stylist Live @ Monkeyboy Studios circa 1999
43:47    Themetune
45:11    Finish

LIVE @ OLD SCHOOL STUDIOS with MR JASON – Saturday 1st Sept 2012

POPOP @ OLD SCHOOL PRIVATE PARTY #15 – Yet ANOTHER awesome party that only a select few were invited to. Jealous? Oh… Well, you bally-well SHOULD be, cos we had two whales of a time. Aside from the awesome musical acts (Popop, Mulch & Transept), there was also great DJing from Malice & Mr Jason, and then we ended up having a sort of Full Band Karaoke, where Malice would put on a record (an 80s hit), and whoever was in the room would join in on all the band instruments, and singing, all of which was running through the PA system. It was loud, rawkus, and a lorra lorra fun! Anyway, you last week heard Mulch & Transept, and this week you get to hear “POPOP” Live @ Old School Studios Private Party #15. Plus, there’s a bonus session at the end from The Covert Stylist, plucked from our vaults, recorded at Monkeyboy Studio in Cambridge in 1999. Monkeyboy Studios was my pre-Old School Studios studio. Hope you enjoy it.
Hey, Whaddaya Say, Let’s Radio!

POPOP BAND MEMBERS
Jay Barsby synths, programming, vocals

This set was performed without a safety net, and was recorded to analog tape, just as nature intended, by Mr Jason at Old School Studios in Norwich, UK – http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk

HOST Mr Jason
When he was seven, Jason started writing songs -- mostly silly stuff, which went hand in hand with the hilarious (in their minds) radio shows that he and his older sister would record on their dad's dictaphone.…

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