D IS FOR THE DRUM CLUB (PT4)

The final post about The Drum Club’s own music, from the period before they split in early 1996.

 

The venue, The Drum Club, closed its doors on 30 June 1994, with farewell appearances from Fabio Paris, Justin Robertson, Billy Nasty and others. The Drum Club themselves would finally disintegrate in the early months of 1996. Hammond had contacted Hall in advance of projected sessions in Ireland for a fourth studio album, explaining that his commitments to the Slab project with Nina Walsh of Sabrettes precluded him from taking part. Hall chose to concentrate on his MC Projects record label, whose releases include those by Phlex (his own pseudonym) and a remix of New FAD’s version of Consolidated’s “This Is Fascism”.

 

The Drum Club – Illuminated

 

The Drum Club – Bug (Worldly Mix)
The Drum Club – Bug (Steve Bickell Mix)

 

~ by acidted on January 14, 2009.

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