Blobfish-It looks how I feel
The Blobfish is a fish that inhabits the deep waters off the coast of Australia.Threatened by deep sea trawling it is rarely seen by humans but is on threat of extinction due to excessive deep water fishing.
It also looks,my friends,how I feel on this post Australia Day morning.
Lets backtrack though to yesterday when at 8pm we arrived bright eyed and bushy tailed at Shepherds Bush Walkabout where we were met by a 300 strong queue.
The Hi Fidels were on stage and rocking the place with what they introduced as a beautiful Xmas song….it was,of course,Rage Against The Machines Killing In The Name Of.A thousand Aussies went wild.
The Hi Fidels On Stage At Shepherds bush last night
Australia Day gives our Australasian bands chance to play songs they don’t ordinarily play at weddings and parties in front of a crowd who want to hear the songs from back home (as featured in our top 100 Aussie Anthems posted yesterday.)
If you want details of the Hi Fidels who are available for weddings and parties please check them out here. http://www.lmmuk.com/band/The+Hi-Fidels They wont play Killing In The Name Of (or the Australian National Anthem) at your wedding unless you really want them to!
The Hifidels were followed on Stage by DJ Deano who was brilliant as ever and read the crowd like a book.He had the whole place rocking and singing their heads off with a set which went from The Home And Away theme through to Fatboy Slim and other dance classics like Born Slippy right back to little heard Aussie Anthems and big tunes such as Sex On Fire By The Kings Of Leon.
Deano had a ball as did the crowd and the LMM team.
Deano last night In Shepherds Bush Walkabout
We missed sets by The Bondis http://www.lmmuk.com/band/The+Bondis and The Sparks http://www.lmmuk.com/band/The+Sparks who were both awesome by all accounts as we went from Shepherds Bush to Temple where we were met with a queue which almost stretched from Temple Walkabout down to Somerset House!
Inside Electric Mayhem were amazingly good and held the crowd in the palm of their hand as they played a fantastic and eclectic set of covers.See http://www.lmmuk.com/band/Electric+Mayhem for more details on Electric Mayhem.
Sam from Electric Mayhem rocks the crowd at Temple Walkabout
DJ Yax http://www.lmmuk.com/band/DJ+Yax+Man did a brilliant job of entertaining over 1000 people and there cant have been many folks in the Walkabout last night who didn’t have one of the best nights of their lives.
Covent Garden Walkabout was the next stop where Tim Barton had the crowd both singing and in hysterics as he commanded the stage recently vacated by X Factor finalist Jamie Afro (Jamie Archer.)
All in all it was a wonderful evening to be in London and out in some of the most exciting venues in town with a great crowd of party goers who just wanted to have a good time.What could be better than that?
All the acts mentioned above are available for weddings,events,parties,military balls,university events and nightclub venues.