Way down in the country of friendly people, great beer, good food and smurfs (Belgium, if you didn’t get that already) live the members of a band called Murky Red. I’ve reviewed their first album Time doesn’t Matter recently, released already in 2013. Meanwhile, band leader Stef Flaming has been working on a project called Transmission Rails, covered his own Boots for Hire on the Corvus Stone II album, and is working on a solo album. He apparently also tried to organise a barbecue party with only a virtual barbecue. Luckily a famous Dutch sous-chef, who goes by the name of his girlfriend when online, was there to save the day (and his own ass, as insiders know).
This year a new album is due, and the band just released the first single online – a nice chance to make it Track-of-the-Day. That is also a look-ahead to a new thing that I am planning for this site – something to do with ‘big ones’ and ‘small ones’.
EDIT: The following comment on this clip deserves to be here and not hidden in the marshes of Facebook…
Track of the Day: Murky Red – Wild Flower http://t.co/TdUEbfsQHm
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Colin Tench Stef Flaming Yolanda Flaming Marie Vancamp Nick Katona Antoinette Banziger Sonia Mota
Thank you so much Angelo !!! I love your writing, so funny! A short summary of lots of things and so sharp to the point!
Yay!!! ‘Wild Flower’ is Track of the Day on Angelo Hulshout’s website!!
Track of the Day: Murky Red – Wild… http://t.co/2aerTXWg5Z
Hey Angelo! Always a pleasure to read your writings! Yeah we do have a thing with imaginary bbq sets and Dutch chefs! Only in Belgium!
Our favorite Dutch chef is Guido Antoinette 🙂 He was that day the Hero of the Day (HOTD) !! 🙂
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RT @AngeloHulshout: Track of the Day: Murky Red – Wild Flower http://t.co/TdUEbfsQHm