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Stratford Observer: Toyah To Join Stratford Festival

October 5th, 2022

Pop star Toyah Willcox to join star-studded Stratford Music Festival line-up

Veteran pop star Toyah Willcox is joining an eclectic line-up for Stratford Music Festival next month.

The musician, actress and TV presenter is joining the star-studded bill alongside internationally renowned classical pianist Peter Donohoe, celebrated Australian guitarist Craig Ogden and the Orchestra of the Swan – featuring Britain’s leading oboist Nicholas Daniel.

Stratford Music Festical, now in its 26th year, takes place over nine days in November at a range of town venues from Stratford Play House and the Levi Fox Theatre to Holy Trinity Church and the Guild Chapel. And this year kicks off with a very special curtain-raiser on October 22, as Warwickshire Symphony Orchestra has been persuaded for the first time in many years to join the festival.

• Continue reading at the Stratford Observer.

Anthem Deluxe/Remastered: Review by Velvet Thunder

October 4th, 2022

Toyah – Anthem
Deluxe Reissue (
Cherry Red)

This is, of all the Toyah reissues this far, also recommended to the casual fan. It contains just as much challenging ‘meat’ as the previous albums, but with the familiar hooks which will help less seasoned travellers navigate the truly fascinating outposts. Unreservedly recommended.

With this 2CD/DVD set, the deluxe Toyah reissue campaign from Cherry Red reaches 1981 – with an amazing four releases having spanned the previous two years from 1979. Anthem, the third studio album, was both the mainstream breakthrough and simultaneously an album which almost didn’t get made. Following the previous year’s live album Toyah! Toyah! Toyah!, the band (which we must remind ourselves, was itself named ‘Toyah’, in much the same way as ‘Alice Cooper’ was originally the band name as well as the frontman) fell apart, leaving just Toyah herself and creative lynchpin guitarist Joel Bogen. A short-lived band was assembled but quickly fell apart again after not really working out, and it seemed as if Toyah, the band, might be done. Toyah herself almost became the full-time vocalist with the band Blood Donor, who had the original version of It’s A Mystery in their repertoire, but after a few demo recordings that didn’t come to fruition. Nick Tauber, recruited as producer again after his work on the live album, pulled together a new crew along with Bogen, comprising bassist Phil Spalding, keyboardist Adrian Lee and future Saxon drummer Nigel Glockler. The new line-up recorded and released the four-track EP Four From Toyah early in 1981, with It’s A Mystery as its lead track, and the record’s unexpected massive success ensured they would not look back from that point on.

• Continue reading at Velvet Thunder. See more reviews of Anthem and other releases here.

Toyah & Robert’s Weekend: At Home/OOD/Sunday Lunch + Press

October 4th, 2022

Toyah At Home: We Play Machines at Epcot Centre – Watch… • Robert At Home: Episode 9 – Watch…Objects Of Desire: The Toyah Edition 3 – Watch… • Toyah & Robert’s Sunday Lunch – feat. Chesney Hawkes – Mr Brightside – Watch…

Press for Toyah & Robert’s Sunday Lunch – This week covering The Killers, with Chesney Hawkes guesting. (Image © Toyah Willcox)

NME: Watch Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp cover The Killers with Chesney Hawkes: Their latest edition of ‘Sunday Lunch’ sees them take on ‘Mr Brightside’ with a special guest – Continue…

Brooklyn Vegan: Watch Toyah and Robert Fripp cover The Killers’ “Mr Brightside” with Chesney Hawkes – Continue…

Guitar World: Robert Fripp and Toyah recruit Chesney Hawkes for his second Sunday Lunch guest spot – for a hilarious performance of The Killers’ Mr. Brightside: Watch the unlikely trio take on a stratospheric pop-rock classic – Continue…

Turn Up The Volume: Toyah & Fripp With Some Help From Mr. Brightside Chesney Hawkes: Just when you think that Toyah & Fripp can’t top their most hilarious moments anymore, the fabulous YouTube stars come up with this new Sunday Lunch performance that made me burst out laughing – Continue…

DGM Live: Toyah & Robert’s Weekend – Continue…

On The Wight: Toyah Filming New Short Film

October 1st, 2022

Punk princess and cult actress Toyah on the Isle of Wight filming new short film

Filming took place in Freshwater and Ventnor with women in the top four roles; writer, director, producer and actor

As reported by News OnTheWight back in August, punk princess and cult actress Toyah has been on the Isle of Wight this week, filming in Freshwater Bay and on Ventnor beach.

She stars in a new short film called ‘Weightless’ produced by Ventnor resident Rowena Amos and her film company, 9 of Cups Productions.

It is written by Lewes based playwright Louise Monaghan, previous winner of the coveted Papatango Theatre prize and directed by Lois Norman who is known for her award-winning art-house work and stories from female perspectives.

• Continue reading at On The Wight.

Isle Of Wight County Press: Toyah in Ventnor

October 1st, 2022

Toyah in Ventnor and Freshwater for new short film Weightless

Punk princess and cult actress Toyah has been visiting the Isle of Wight this week, filming in Freshwater Bay and on Ventnor beach.

She stars in a new short film, Weightless, produced by Ventnor resident Rowena Amos and her film company 9 of Cups Productions.

It is written by Lewes based playwright Louise Monaghan, previous winner of the coveted Papatango Theatre prize, and directed by Lois Norman who is known for her award-winning art-house work and stories from female perspectives.

The film has a host of well-known Isle of Wight names attached to it, stills photographer Gianpaolo Mario Giancovich, musician JC Grimshaw, and Angelina Grimshaw working with the crew on costumes.

• Continue reading at Isle Of Wight County Press.

Super Deluxe Edition: Toyah / Live At The Rainbow

September 22nd, 2022

Toyah / Live at the Rainbow
First time on DVD and CD/LP

Toyah Live at the Rainbow was issued on VHS back in 1981 (and later on laserdisc) but now gets the full reissue treatment with remixed and remastered audio on vinyl and CD as well as a DVD with restored visuals.

The concert was in February 1981 at London’s iconic Rainbow Theatre and includes a performance of ‘It’s A Mystery’. Such was that single’s success (it reached number four as part of the ‘Four From Toyah’ EP) it prompted a gig upgrade from the Lyceum Theatre to The Rainbow.

Live at the Rainbow was originally a 12-song video, but on CD it has been expanded with with seven additional tracks, all previously unheard and unreleased; restored exclusively for this release. These include ‘Bird In Flight’, ‘Mummies’, ‘Computer’ and ‘Love Me’. Three of these seven songs are in mono because the original multi-track masters could not be found. The coloured blue vinyl edition doesn’t include the mono tracks and is therefore a 16-song offering.

• Continue reading at Super Deluxe Edition.

Anthem Deluxe/Remastered: Review by The Reprobate Press

September 22nd, 2022

This new article, published by The Reprobate Press, is more of an opinion piece on Toyah rather than just a review of Anthem, but an interesting read.

WITH CHARM AND CHANCE: TOYAH’S ANTHEM REVISITED

Looking back at Toyah’s magnificent 1981 breakthrough album and its dystopian, rebellious sci-fi concepts.

Back in the 1980s, when teenage musical tribalism was at its height, stepping out of your lane was simply not the done thing. Yet for many of us, the strict divisions that split punk from metal from pop and all points in between seemed increasingly ludicrous and arbitrary, as much based on what a band or performer looked like as on their musical output. I rather threw all that aside very early into my teenage musical fixation. After all, bands themselves – especially what we now call classic rock but what at the time was often dismissed as old farts* – were sneered at for chasing trends, sometimes with good reason but often unfairly in retrospect. There was nothing wrong with developing and experimenting with your sound, and those artists who managed to escape the sneering by remaining defiantly art rock – Peter Gabriel, say – were just as likely to be making albums that were nothing like their past work and, in retrospect, very much of their time.

This preamble leads us to your author’s curious fascination with Toyah, who was – depending on which period of her career in the 1980s you were talking about – seen as a punk or a pop star. I’ve already made the case that she was neither, at least musically at the start of her career – the ‘pop star’ dismissal by former punk admirers has a bit more credibility as her career shifted towards kid’s TV appearances, increasingly less arty record covers and more radio-friendly singles, but we could make that particular accusation against many performers. Once Toyah had a couple of hits – which we’ll come to shortly – then she was unavoidable, and as a teenager with a fascination for the terminally uncool worlds of prog, art rock and industrial music, there was something that drew me to her.

• Continue reading at The Reprobate Press.

The New York Times: Robert Fripp Lightens Up

September 22nd, 2022

A new interview with Robert Fripp, including mention of Toyah and You Tube/Sunday Lunch

Robert Fripp Lightens Up
No one expected to see the leader of King Crimson dancing in a tutu on YouTube. In a rare interview, the guitarist explains “an entirely different trajectory.”

• Continue reading at The New York Times.

The Guardian: Toyah & Nick Tauber Talk ‘It’s A Mystery’

September 12th, 2022

Toyah and, Anthem – and many other Toyah releases during the Safari Records years – producer, Nick Tauber are interviewed in The Guardian today, discussing It’s A Mystery, from the Four From Toyah EP and the, just reissued in deluxe formats, iconic/legendary/magnificent 1981 album, Anthem.

Toyah on It’s a Mystery: ‘I told Princess Margaret I was a punk rocker. She said “How ridiculous”’

‘There was a vinyl shortage when it was released. Old records had to be sent to the factory to be melted down and pressed. But soon it was selling 75,000 copies a day’

I was a cult punk singer playing sweaty little clubs and getting covered in so much gob that dry cleaners would go: “Yeuch! We’re not touching that!” Then a brilliant PR woman called Judy Totton turned everything around. She put me in every parish magazine in the country that would talk to me. I soon had all these fans who said they discovered me because their parents or grandparents had told them about this punk rocker.

I was making singles that were eight minutes long with reams of lyrics and had never had a hit. When Safari Records played my 1980 single Ieya on rotation in their office, a man apparently appeared at their door with a knife and said: “If you play that song again, I’ll kill you!” I started working with a new producer, Nick Tauber, who said I needed to simplify the message. He was completely right.

• Continue reading at The Guardian.

Sunday Lunch: Heroes – Further Press

September 12th, 2022

More press for Toyah & Robert’s Sunday Lunch – This week paying respects to Queen Elizabeth II with David Bowie’s Heroes. (Image © Toyah Willcox)

David Bowie News: Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp dedicate cover of David Bowie’s ‘Heroes’ to Queen Elizabeth II – Continue…

Guitar.Com: Robert Fripp and Toyah Cover David Bowie’s Heroes In Honour Of Queen Elizabeth II: The musical duo hit pause on their weekly Sunday Lunch series to pay tribute to Britain’s longest-reigning monarch – Continue…

NME: Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp dedicate cover of David Bowie’s ‘Heroes’ to Queen Elizabeth II: The couple paused their usual style of program to pay their respects with the song – Continue…

Classic Rock/Louder: Toyah and Robert Fripp salute Queen Elizabeth II by re-sharing their cover of David Bowie’s “Heroes”: Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp pause their regular Sunday Lunch series in acknowledgement of the passing of Her Majesty the Queen – Continue…

Far Out: Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp cover David Bowie’s ‘Heroes’ in dedication to Queen Elizabeth II – Continue…

Blitzed: An Interview with Toyah

September 12th, 2022

Toyah remains an iconic figure across several decades of the UK music scene. Outside of her acting career, she chalked up a series of chart hits as a musician including ‘It’s A Mystery’, ‘I Want To Be Free’ and ‘Thunder In The Mountains’.

More recently, she returned with the album Posh Pop which reached the top 25 in the UK charts. She also enjoys her regular (and popular) Sunday Lunch video shows, alongside husband Robert Fripp.

This October sees Toyah supporting Billy Idol as part of his Roadside tour. Meanwhile, Toyah’s classic 1981 album Anthem is also being reissued this September. Blitzed sat down with Toyah to discuss her busy autumn plans…

You’ve got the Billy Idol tour coming up in October, which is an interesting contrast. You’re both very different, yet at the same time you’re both seasoned travelers from that fervent 80s pop scene.

It’s great and don’t forget punk rock. Billy used to be based in London with Generation X, which is when I met him. We both have 45-year careers, are quite diverse in our individual journeys as musicians and then you’ve got Television performing Marquee Moon.

I think it’s quite a clever line up because I’m only on stage for 7:30 to 8:00 o’clock and I’ve got to fit in 28 albums and 15 hit singles. That’s quite a journey to make, but what all of us have in common on this bill is we started in punk and we’ve both, all of us, evolved into rock. I think it’s quite diverse. I’m not just an 80s icon. I’ve been pretty present, especially in the last few years. I think it’s a very clever mix I hope that I can get in some good punk rock material. Obviously the 80s material, but also the new stuff as well because Posh Pop went to No. 1 in 36 charts, 22 in the main charts on August the 27th last year and I’m certainly going to be including some Posh Pop tracks.

• Continue reading at Blitzed.

Shropshire Star: Toyah For Ironbridge Festival of Imagination

September 6th, 2022

Toyah to feature in packed Ironbridge Festival of Imagination line-up

Pop icon Toyah Wilcox will be performing at an 18-day festival held across an historic county location.

The Festival of Imagination returns to Ironbridge from September 15 to October 2, with a packed programme of events.

Taking place across various venues throughout the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, including the Salon Perdu spiegeltent – a large travelling tent made of wood and canvas and decorated with mirrors and stained glass – to be located in Dale End Park.

Across the festival there will be a variety of music, workshops, poetry and walking events. From music icon Toyah to The Graffiti Classics, there will be a host of other performers, including folk music from The Unthanks and the razzle dazzle of the Queenz Show.

Toyah will be performing on Thursday, September 22, at the Salon Perdu. It comes after the released of her top-25 charting album Posh Pop last year.

• Continue reading at the Shropshire Star. NB. This gig is part of the Anthem 40 +1 Tour. More details here.

Toyah & Robert’s Weekend: At Home/OOD/Sunday Lunch + Press

September 6th, 2022

Toyah At Home: CastawaysWatch… • Robert At Home: Episode 5 – Watch… • Toyah & Robert’s Objects Of DesireWatch… • Toyah & Robert’s Sunday Lunch5 Mins With FrippWatch…

Press for Toyah & Robert’s Sunday Lunch – This week covering Pantera. (Image © Toyah Willcox)

Guitar.Com: Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox Spend 5 Minutes Alone In new Pantera Cover: The couple pay homage to the recently reformed Groove metal band with their latest addition to Sunday Lunch – Continue…

NME: Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp share rocking cover of Pantera’s ‘5 Minutes Alone’: “Robert is back and on top form” – Continue…

Classic Rock/Louder: Holy hell! Toyah and Robert Fripp have only gone and covered Pantera: Robert Fripp and Toyah get their groove metal thing on with an unlikely cover of Pantera’s 5 Minutes Alone – Continue…

Brooklyn Vegan: Watch Toyah & Robert Fripp cover Pantera’s “5 Minutes Alone” – Continue…

Metal Sucks: Your Favorite Cover Artists Toyah and Fripp Are Back with “5 Minutes Alone” – Continue…

Consequence: Robert Fripp and Toyah Take on Pantera’s “5 Minutes Alone”: The couple’s latest “Sunday Lunch” performance pays homage to the recently reactivated metal band – Continue…

Metal Addicts: Robert Fripp and Toyah Wilcox cover Pantera’s ‘5 Minutes Alone’ – Continue…

Brave Words: Robert Fripp & Toyah Perform Pantera’s “5 Minutes Alone” – Continue…

Guitar World: Robert Fripp and Toyah take on Pantera’s 5 Minutes Alone – Continue…

The Pit: LOL: King Crimson’s Robert Fripp + Toyah Cover Pantera’s ‘5 Minutes Alone’ Holy Hell You Are Not Prepared For This – Continue…

DGM Live: Toyah & Robert’s Weekend – Continue…

On The Wight: Toyah To Star In Weightless

September 1st, 2022

Toyah Willcox to star in Weightless, a short film being shot on the Isle of Wight

A fantastic coup for Ventnorian Rowena Amos, as Toyah Willcox is confirmed for a new short film being shot on the Isle of Wight next month

Congratulations are in order for the powerhouse Ventnor resident, Rowena Amos, who has just announced that she’s secured the musician, actress and presenter, Toyah Willcox, for her next short film.

Weightless will be filmed on the Isle of Wight in Ventnor and Freshwater at the end of September 2022.

“Legendary punk princess and cult actress”

Rowena is incredibly excited about securing the “legendary punk princess and cult actress”, Toyah for the role.

Toyah’s career in music, acting and presenting spans 40 years, during which she had eight Top 40 singles and a prolific 20 albums. She’s married to the founder and guitarist of the progressive rock group King Crimson, Robert Fripp, who thousands enjoyed watching perform with Toyah during Lockdown via YouTube.

• Continue reading at On The Wight.

Fife Today: Toyah & Anthem – 40 Years On

September 1st, 2022

Toyah: 40 years on, a celebration of her groundbreaking album Anthem

It is now 40 years since Toyah released her groundbreaking album Anthem and stunned the music world with her energy, her imagery and her music.

The album was certified gold and next week we can expect a deluxe box set with all you ever wanted to hear.

Looking ever youthful and cheeky as ever during lockdown in 2020 started a Sunday Lunch session of covers live from her kitchen along with her 74-year-old husband Robert Fripp.

He is an amazing guitarist and best known for his work with the prog rock band, King Crimson. Together they would take on short versions of Teenage Kicks, My Generation, Breaking The Law & Toxic, once a week at noon with elaborate costume and make up.

This won them new fans who may have missed the duo’s chart success days.

This new remastered set will satisfy both though and comes as a 2CD + DVD set, LP in gold vinyl and Super Deluxe Set of 3CD, DVD, 2 LP + 7” single. A 24-page booklet offers unseen images, classic studio photos from that time plus a newly penned introduction by Toyah herself.

• Continue reading at Fife Today.

Anthem Deluxe/Remastered: Classic Pop Review

September 1st, 2022

A four star review of the Anthem Deluxe reissue, by Classic Pop magazine. The 2CD+DVD, colour vinyl and Super Deluxe box set is released on Friday 9th September, and can be pre-ordered here.

Absurdly kept from the top spot by Starsound’s Stars On 45, Toyah’s third album marked her transformation from cult punk to chart revolutionary. With co writer/guitarist Joel Bogen the only survivor from the band’s previous incarnation, the new line-up did a brilliant job of maintaining the ferocity of old while ditching the more outre excesses for facing radio playlists head on. You’ll know It’s A Mystery and I Want To Be Free, with the pointed Marionette and Pop Star similarly unstoppable bursts of fire.

As ever, archivist Craig Astley is exemplary in unearthing extras. The regular Anthem is back on vinyl, there’s a 2CD+DVD set or the boxset is a mighty 3CD, DVD, 2LP and a 7″ of the Flexipop single Sphinx on proper vinyl. The box’s second LP comprises everything from standalone single Thunder In The Mountains, though annoyingly the Anthem LP is a picture disc in the box. Bah.

Alongside a BBC six-song session, the highlight of the extras are a handful of unreleased instrumentals: why Toyah didn’t turn Dropped Earring into a hit is, well, a mystery. Throw in Toyah causing havoc on the DVD’s TV appearances and you get a fabulous document of an ex-punk rivalling Adam Ant for seizing the moment.

• The latest issue of Classic Pop is on sale now! (Thanks to Minna)

Toyah & Robert’s Weekend: At Home/OOD/Sunday Lunch + Press

September 1st, 2022

Toyah At Home: Reaction to Indecision on Old Grey Whistle TestWatch…Robert At Home (& Away): Episode 4 – Watch… • Toyah & Robert’s Objects Of DesireWatch… • Toyah & Robert’s Sunday Lunch – The One With All The Fripps! – Watch…

Press for Toyah & Robert’s Sunday Lunch – This week sharing a compilation of previous lunchy bits! (Image © Toyah Willcox)

Guitar.Com: Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox ‘Pull A Fripp’ In Sunday Lunch Blooper Reel: AKA a compilation of Fripp saying “bollocks!” – Continue…

NME: Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp share ‘Sunday Lunch’ bloopers compilation “The One With All The Fripps!” – Continue…

Brooklyn Vegan: Watch Toyah & Robert Fripp’s “Sunday Lunch” blooper compilation – Continue…

Brave Words: Robert Fripp & Toyah Share Sunday Lunch Blooper Compilation – “We Call It Pulling A Fripp” – Continue…

DGM Live: Toyah & Robert’s Weekend – Continue…

XS Noize: New Toyah Interview/Podcast

August 26th, 2022

Interview: Toyah Willcox on her Anthem 40th Anniversary tour

In episode #95 of The XS Noize Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with Toyah Willcox. In a career spanning more than 40 years, Toyah Willcox has had eight top 40 singles, released over 20 albums, written two books, appeared in over 40 stage plays and ten feature films, and voiced and presented numerous television shows.

In this interview, Toyah talks about supporting Billy Idol on his UK Arena tour, her Anthem 40th Anniversary tour, Posh Pop, Sunday lunch videos with her husband Robert Fripp, acting and lots more.

• Continue reading at XS Noize.

Toyah & Robert’s Weekend: At Home/OOD/Sunday Lunch + Press

August 23rd, 2022

Toyah At Home: Street CreatureWatch…Robert At Home: Episode 3 – Watch… • Toyah & Robert’s Objects Of DesireWatch… • Toyah & Robert’s Sunday LunchNookieWatch…

Press for Toyah & Robert’s Sunday Lunch – This week covering Limp Bizkit. (Image © Toyah Willcox)

Guitar.Com: Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox Do It All For The ‘Nookie’ On This Week’s Sunday Lunch – Continue…

NME: Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp cover Limp Bizkit’s ‘Nookie’ for Sunday Lunch: “The Duo are back on form this week” – Continue…

Classic Rock/Louder: Perhaps inevitably, Toyah and Robert Fripp have covered Limp Bizkit’s Nookie: Humanity aghast as Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox launch crazed cover of Limp Bizkit’s era-defining nu metal banger Nookie – Continue…

Brooklyn Vegan: Watch Toyah & Robert cover Limp Bizkit’s “Nookie” – Continue…

Metal Sucks: King Crimson’s Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox Cover Limp Bizkit’s “Nookie” – Continue…

Consequence: Robert Fripp and Toyah Do It All for the “Nookie” with Limp Bizkit Cover: The married couple take on the nu-metal anthem for their latest “Sunday Lunch” performance – Continue…

Far Out: Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp cover ‘Nookie’ by Limp Bizkit – Continue…

Brave Words: Robert Fripp & Toyah Perform Limp Bizkit’s “Nookie” – Continue…

Ultimate Guitar: Watch: Robert Fripp and Toyah Cover Limp Bizkit’s ‘Nookie’: They did it all for the nookie – Continue…

DGM Live: Toyah & Robert’s Weekend – Continue…

Rolling Stone: Toyah & Robert Cover Limp Bizkit

August 23rd, 2022

Watch Toyah Willcox, Robert Fripp Cover Limp Bizkit’s ‘Nookie’ for ‘Sunday Lunch’

Video is the latest in a series from the King Crimson guitarist and his wife

Toyah Willcox and Robert Fripp will, apparently, do it all for the nookie. The pair covered the quintessential 1999 Limp Bizkit song “Nookie” for their popular YouTube cover series “Sunday Lunch.”

In the video, the King Crimson guitarist, wearing a sequined baseball cap, takes on guitar duties while Willcox rocks out on the vocals. As usual, the pair filmed the clip in their kitchen, using a fan to create a dramatic wind machine effect on Willcox’s hair.

• Continue reading at Rolling Stone.

Turn Up The Volume: Slave To The Rhythm

August 23rd, 2022

Cover Of The Week – Graceful Toyah And Her Rhythm Slaves

Toyah and Robert Fripp do not need an introduction whatsoever anymore, if you ask me (also if you don’t ask me). Both had/have notable successful careers and both together have their Sunday lunch on YouTube, every week for more than two years now.

About 2 months ago the lovebirds picked Grace Jones‘s giant 1985 hit Slave to the Rhythm to entertain us with it on the laziest day of the week.

Recently T & R recorded their cover of that soulful pearl, fully orchestrated, as a new Toyah single, and shared an accompanying video so you can join sexy Toyah for a little dance to this sensuous interpretation with her seductive posh pop voice as the star in the middle and the trippy guitars of King Robert and Simon Darlow on the sides, left and right. They’re rhythm slaves to Toyah.

• Continue reading at Turn Up The Volume.