A true romantic at heart (or some may say creep), Millie likes to be creative when trying to catch the attention of a desirable young man. Saying hello is just too conventional (or some might say too confronting). To create intrigue and an air of mystery that a man can not resist, try crafting your own hotel matchbox with the words “Light My Fire” and just your phone number on it, then wait for your opportunity to place it in the bicycle spokes of that hot Surry Hills hipster you have been wanting to talk to. Guaranteed they’ll call (with a restraining order).
Millie is not selfish with her creative works of love. She wants to help you with your love making too. She is selling these cards on this site here or they also available at Surry Hills vintage clothing store Dear Pluto for only $6 each.
I will be honest. We are going to have to get our own soundsystem next time we do this. Great turn out, capacity event, hot people, lots of hip shaking and drunken unruliness, but some problems with sound. With a few more people in the room it was hard to get it loud it enough with out the speakers cutting out.
Even so, it was still an amazing night of Rock N Roll and Soul from the 50s and 60s, and we are going to work hard to make sure the next one is even more swinging.
I never get booked to play this old rock n roll and soul. I have a heap of it, but the only way you get to play it out is putting on your own parties. So I am doing just that. Teaming up with Dear Pluto and Sonny Syah, this is bound to have you shaking a tail feather into the wee hours of the morning. You know it is going to be a party.
I meant to put these up a while ago. These are drunken photos by Emma mostly of Sonny, Anya and I striking a few poses at FBi’s Winter Prom in July. It was a cracking good party, taking it’s inspiration from all those American TV proms rather than your own daggy formals. Though I was actually king at my formal, it was a chance to do it all again and correct everything that was awkward and horrible at your high school formal. It was amazingly decorated, everybody looked so good and indie cover band – Fan Fixion – weren’t terrible either. In my dreams, this is everything I imagined the Stolen Records Gala Ball to be.