A New Currency: Older Single Women
A 20 min sound-piece collage of interviews and occasional sounds. Voices are panned. Listen on headphones if you can.
Downloadable on Bandcamp for £2.
Debut album. A mix of grief-sticken, defiant, sad, kind of comic, home-bound break-up tracks. £4 by download:
I’m always up for doing gigs; contact me if you’d like me to play. Especially looking for line-ups with other women or fundraisers for women’s causes.
What people have said about Dob Dob Dob:
Undergrowth, Bristol: “From her previous incarnation as Bernadette Pike…Dob Dob Dob emerges like a phoenix with a flame thrower! Honest, bold, take no prisoners songs disguising a wry, literate way with words. Dob Dob Dob will not only do her best, she will make you better”
Folk Tales, Bristol: “Lo-fi melange of sweet singing, poetic words, rawness and racket!”
James: “You’re doing this so we don’t have to”
Ben: “It was like Twin Peaks in real life”
Louise:“I know it was not funny but how I laughed”
Lucy: “It was the loudest thing I’ve ever heard”
SJ: “Could you still hear the lyrics?”
Lucy (nodding slowly with aghast face): “Every word”
Previously Sarah-Jane was one half of the band “Strange Billy the Saint & Bernadette Pike”. Their music can be heard/bought here:
Am super-happy to be part of the Sanctum project at Temple Church; this runs 29 October – 21 November BUT IT’S A SECRET WHEN EACH BAND / PERFORMER / SPEAKER IS ON. Turn up! It’s free!
ALBUM LAUNCH! Tuesday 20th October upstairs at the Greenbank Pub in Easton. Support from Carter, Pip Taylor, Suzi Lamb and B.O.S.O.M seasonal community band. Mix of electronica, experimental, cricket (or maybe snooker), hearts and guts. Possibly free. Come along!