Music: Censor bar art

Great video from The Brighton Port Authority demonstrating that black censor bars can also be used in humorous and creative ways.

If the of the voices in the song “Toe Jam” sound familiar to you that’s because it’s David Byrne (Talking Heads) and popular East End rapper Dizze Rascal. The person behind The Brighton Port Authority is Quentin Leo Cook aka Fatboy Slim aka Norman Cook whom you might also know from his band The Housemartins or his solo house music album Pizzamania.


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More information:
There is a MySpace page setup for the BPA and Billboard.com this week wrote an article on BPA and Fatboy Slim.

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