I've just spent the morning getting some bits ready for Revival next month, we're all pretty excited about the prospect of playing some classic video games and having a few beers. As well as pedalling our merch we'll also have our album available to listen to on 8-Track and today I managed to get our music videos sorted out so we can have them playing through an old school TV. If you don't have a ticket yet, you can grab one here:
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These are exciting times for the museum, they've finally found a home in Cambridge after two years of searching but they're still working hard to raise funds so if you fancy helping them out then head on over to their site and make a donation, sponsor them or purchase something from the museum shop. I think you'll agree it's a great cause and they're a great bunch of people. They were even kind enough to lend us the BBC Micro that was used in our music video.
Also! Founder Jason Fitzpatrick was heavily involved in the what we here at the British IBM refer to as "The greatest film ever made!" and aswell as providing props and techincal advice for Micro Men he even managed a cheeky cameo. Check him out in this picture alongside Hermann Hauser.
The latest episode of our favourite podcast is out once again and we even get a little mention in the interview with From Bedrooms to Billion's Anothony Caulfield. Go check it out! It's a pretty meaty interview with some fascinating anecdotes, we can't wait to actually see the full thing!
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