Bob Henderson

Banging Tunes

First in our weekly series, Joel Gibb of the Hidden Cameras tells us what songs he gets his rocks off to.

Joel Gibb is the mastermind behind the indie folk ‘gay church music’ collective The Hidden Cameras. The band are currently mastering their fifth full length album, Origin: Orphan. We asked him (and a bunch of other musically minded people) what music he listens to in the bedroom. Here's his response, with a bonus turn off track - we'll bung one online every friday.

"I am more about putting on an album. One that comes to mind would be "Trust" by Low. But...

The Bells - Stay Awhile
Jesus and Mary Chain - Just like Honey
Kraftwerk - Computer Love
Dion - He's Got The Whole World In His Hands
Joy Division - Atmosphere
Massive Attack - Protection
Roxy Music - More Then This
Grace Jones - Well Well Well
Tinariwen - Matadjem Yinmixan
Residents - Kaw-Liga

Turn-off: John Lennon and Yoko Ono - Title One"

The feature Banging Tunes is in the June issue of GT, which hits the shops on 27th May.

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