Keith Goldhanger, in association with Louder Than War, presents another episode of his exclusive video-documentary series ‘Goldhanger Shorts’ (more info here).
This Episode drifts away slightly from simply featuring a band and introduces us to the world of aerial dance.

Although they make their own music as well.

Jym Daly was one of many people that drifted in and out of HEADBUTT, a band you may well know that was fronted by myself. He was referred to in those days as Mad Jym and as we all know there is in this world ‘good’ mad and ‘scary’ mad. Jym has always fallen into the ‘good’ side of madness and we met up after more than a decade at Bestival in 2015 and after the hugging, the private jokes and the introduction of a lot of the Fidget Feet crew and his daughter, the camera came on so he didn’t have to repeat what he’d been doing over the past few years.

There are so many sides to Jym. The music maker, the artist, the family man and the man that is involved in all this that results in him being dressed up in all kinds of garb hanging over hundred, sometimes thousands of people with their own feet firmly on the ground. I’ve no idea who the two girls are that did the lift from this crowd on the Sunday afternoon. I’m sure someone will find them.

All words by Keith Goldhanger. More writing by Keith on Louder Than War can be found at his author’s archive. You can also find Keith on Facebook and Twitter (@HIDEOUSWHEELINV).You may subscribe to the Goldhanger Shorts Facebook page too if you so wish and also view the complete series of Goldhanger Shorts films.

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Keith Goldhanger -- Spent the '90s as a frontman with London noise merchants HEADBUTT - spent the '80s in 'Peel favourites' BASTARD KESTREL. Spent a few years mashing up tunes and remixing bands as HIDEOUS WHEEL INVENTION. Is often out and about getting in the way of things and bumping his head on low ceilings - Will give your band the time of day but will dislike any band that balances full pints of alcohol on the top of guitar amps (Not keen on lead singers that wear hats either).


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