The third annual Paddington Fair, which happens at the park down the road from my house and is a small celebration of the area in which I live. It was a really nice afternoon, there was even a sausage sizzle and I bought two. Suburb pride ya'll.
There is only one word to describe The Seizures set and that word is 'sick'. Featured an appearance by enigmatic local genius Henry Mills on a mysterious noise belt machine no doubt invented by himself.
THE THIN KIDS
Everett True of The Thin Kids sums up his experience (courtesy of facebook):
"played at on open fair Paddington festival today. think I totally confused all the louche grunge heads stuck in an early 90s (anti-) fashion timewarp by being a) English, b) really fucking old, as old as my mum man and c) quite pop actually.
Fuck the kids man."
I think that's a little harsh but I enjoyed it, despite being a hardened Deadnotes fan myself. This could be due to being mentally destroyed and hungover from the night before or maybe I was just glad to be out of the house.
HERE IS A PHOTO OF PADDINGTON AS SEEN IN 1929. HAUNTING.