“From Kingston, Jamaica – we call him Toots. The man who gave us the word reggae with a song called “Do The Reggay” way back, and if you hang out with someone really ugly you can say “You huggin’ up the big Monkey Man”
"The Eggtooth Project, a Hastings-based social enterprise that works with young people and families, is the organisation working alongside the Hastings Pier Charity for this year’s Zooquarium Festival."
"Someone/Anyone’s lyrics are not sugar-coated but they’re never harsh, and their fans vary from those ready to dance to those intensely tuned into their sound."
Jack: We’re just waiting every day, checking our emails to see when we get something back.
Ben: Just waiting for it to blow our ball sacks off.
"Don’t write down 'cool' or 'hip'."
"It’s easy to forget the comfort of a familiar melody or lyric, something that reminds you of time passed, a former self or old friends. For most, The Kid Kapichi’s music is a refreshing call home, to a place of warmth, to Hastings."
"We believe that the act of listening is a gracious and generous act. If you truly listen to someone telling their own story, then you’re letting them know that their story matters and that they matter.”