Few weeks after Fatboy Slim rode a giant octopus at the London 2012 Olympic closing ceremony, the news broke that he will release a concert movie. It might have been old news, but it was new for me. The reason that I even paid attention to this news was that those with the exclusive video premiere was the Rolling Stone Magazine, which I thought was very weird. Wasn't it so that Norman Cook was one of the biggest dj/producers in the world? Anyhow this quote caught my eye:
"When I've got something that I really want to say, I'll release [it], but at the moment I'm not inspired in the way I am by the life of a DJ. When I was younger I could be an artist, remixer, produce other people and DJ. These days, I don't know how I ever found the hours in the day!"
I guess that drugs finally catch up with you in the end...
"Live: From the Big Beach Bootique" is at the cinemas around the globe for one day only on August 31st. A good opportunity to watch drunken/(put in whatever substance you like) English ravers trashing the new stadium to Brighton and Hove Albion football club.