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Tag Archives: Two Spot Gobi
Two Spot Gobi – Let’s Get Lost. Been listening to Two Spot Gobi a lot recently, and remembering how much I love them. Cos we go on and on and on. Onwards!
Hundred Reasons – Kill Your Own. Website, Wiki. I love Hundred Reasons, and it’s amazing that I haven’t posted one of their songs here sooner. They’re probably the band I’ve seen live the most, after Two Spot Gobi, and each … Continue reading
Rosabella Gregory – Walking In Your Shade. I saw Rosabella Gregory supporting Two Spot Gobi last week, and found her music captivating, compelling, and candid. Simply beautiful. Onwards!
As I’m going to see Two Spot Gobi tonight at Surya in London, which I’m incredibly excited about, I thought I’d post a live session they did on BBC Radio London last year, to give a feel of what they … Continue reading
Two Spot Gobi – Guiding Star. Haven’t had any Two Spot Gobi for a while, so here’s another brilliant song by them. Enjoy. Onwards!
Two Spot Gobi – Sunshine Lady (Live in LA). I love the extended middle portion. I really want to see them live again! Onwards! (As a side note, congrats to Andy Murray on winning the Brisbane International final!).