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Monday, 30 November 2009


Here's a trailer for a new film from the Machine Girl/TGP team, called "ROBO-GEISHA". It marries the ultra-violence of TGP to the camp fun of Austin Powers. It's not out yet, but I can't wait to see it. The trailer is definitely NSFW, so click play at your own peril!

I found this on Ain't It Cool News, where Harry was taking pelters for slating Transformers 2 and advocating people watch this instead. Lol - go Harry!!

Sunday, 29 November 2009


Not a music post today, but my other passion, les flicks. Here's the movie I've seen this year that has had the biggest impression on me: Tokyo Gore Police! DEFINITELY not safe for work...

When was the last time you watched a film and honestly, genuinely thought "I've never seen anything like this before!". Quickly followed by the thought "Holy shit!! Wtf did she just do to his head?!" Well, friends and fellow thrill-seekers, TGP is the film for you. It features pretty Japanese ladies chopping seven shades of shit out of each other, disgusting bodily mutations that transform into deadly weapons, turbo powered fountains of gore, extremely deviant sex, drug abuse, amputee warriors and a penis-cannon. Yes, a PENIS-CANNON. And if you think turning a penis into a cannon is bad enough here's what happens to a woman's lady bits:

It's made by some of the same people behind the Machine Girl film, and even though I haven't seen all of Machine Girl, I'd hazard a guess that TGP is waaay more out there. Interspersed among the action scenes are fake commercials for near future entertainments, รก la Robocop, but even more extreme. Here's one, for the hip new self-harm implement "Wrist Cutter G":

If you watched that you can see what I'm talking about. And here's the trailer for the film itself, which in no way prepares you for the actual content.

This is the site where we found Tokyo Gore Police being streamed, after being tipped off to the wiggyness by Kepa:


There's an excellent selection, and you can donate on the sidebar to keep the site going. Also, I would recommend watching the films in Japanese with English subtitles, as some of the English dubs I have seen of Tokyo Gore Police miss out all the jokes (it is a pretty damn funny film, in a pitch black way).

Sunday, 15 November 2009


The second volume of my Erotic City mix series is now ready for mass consumption - this one is called "Slow and Low" and the tempo varies from 80bpm to 105bpm. Even though it's slow, it's still grinding and groovy and sleazy and all the other things that make Erotic City special. I am particularly pleased with the mix from Naum Gabo into Ali Renault, two of the biggest tunes for me of the last 18 months.

Erotic City 2 by theniallist

Thursday, 12 November 2009


More news from Camp Little Rock - we've started up a new blog covering things we find interesting within the world of music, and more generally film and art. A lot of the posts are about the radio show too, but there's some random funny / interesting stuff in there too. Why don't you check it out and show us some love?


Wednesday, 11 November 2009


Another awesome thing to happen this year is the Little Rock Radio show which has started (and goes out weekly) on Radio Magnetic. It hosted by our man The Boag, with additional support from Liam Arnold, and even more irregular appearances by myself. In fitting with the ethos of LR the music goes from techno to metal to hip-hop to ambient to anything-we-bloody-like, and there are some storming past guest shows from the likes of Voltergiest, Jackmaster (Numbers), Teamy (Wrong Island), Frog Pocket, Killer Kitsch, Animal Farm and more. Here's the link to the index of all the shows, so jump on over and get a-lissnin':


Thursday, 5 November 2009

Shave video

Here's another vid featuring a soundtrack of my music. This one I made though - I filmed myself shaving my beard off for Halloween, and added "Viva Les Imaginaires" from my The Next Big Thing EP (Little Rock Records 2008) - I have a feeling there's a few people on my friends list who will get some kind of kick out of this! ;-)

BTW this video is hosted on facebook - if you have trouble viewing it let me know.

Sunday, 1 November 2009

Wasted Magazine advert

Here's a little advert I supplied the music for - I just got sent it this week, and it's not finished (the tune is though). It's for Wasted comic, which is published out of the same office I work in, so obviously it is amazing. The comic is editted by Alan Grant of 200AD/Batman repute, and features art from Frank Quitely and Simon Bisley, and some great local talent too. The tune is inspired by Devo and Polysics. Here it is: