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H. Hawkline

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MAGIC GANG
Electrowerkz
Monday 9 February 2015

£6

Just a week after the release of his latest album, ‘In The Pink Of Condition’ H.Hawkline returns to London.

With two main influences from  maverick U.S. author Richard Brautigan (the Hawkline name appropriated from Brautigan’s 1974 ‘gothic western’ The Hawkline Monster) and a just-turned-solo Paul McCartney, H. Hawkline’s music has a wistful ways with words – songs constructed as slices of life, surrealist observations on the everyday, and a hint of McCartney’s six sense for abundant, tumbling melodies.



H. Hawkline

H. Hawkline

MAGIC GANG
Electrowerkz
Monday 9 February 2015

£6

Just a week after the release of his latest album, ‘In The Pink Of Condition’ H.Hawkline returns to London.

With two main influences from  maverick U.S. author Richard Brautigan (the Hawkline name appropriated from Brautigan’s 1974 ‘gothic western’ The Hawkline Monster) and a just-turned-solo Paul McCartney, H. Hawkline’s music has a wistful ways with words – songs constructed as slices of life, surrealist observations on the everyday, and a hint of McCartney’s six sense for abundant, tumbling melodies.



H. Hawkline

H. Hawkline

MAGIC GANG
Electrowerkz
Monday 9 February 2015

£6

Just a week after the release of his latest album, ‘In The Pink Of Condition’ H.Hawkline returns to London.

With two main influences from  maverick U.S. author Richard Brautigan (the Hawkline name appropriated from Brautigan’s 1974 ‘gothic western’ The Hawkline Monster) and a just-turned-solo Paul McCartney, H. Hawkline’s music has a wistful ways with words – songs constructed as slices of life, surrealist observations on the everyday, and a hint of McCartney’s six sense for abundant, tumbling melodies.



H. Hawkline

H. Hawkline

MAGIC GANG
Electrowerkz
Monday 9 February 2015

£6

Just a week after the release of his latest album, ‘In The Pink Of Condition’ H.Hawkline returns to London.

With two main influences from  maverick U.S. author Richard Brautigan (the Hawkline name appropriated from Brautigan’s 1974 ‘gothic western’ The Hawkline Monster) and a just-turned-solo Paul McCartney, H. Hawkline’s music has a wistful ways with words – songs constructed as slices of life, surrealist observations on the everyday, and a hint of McCartney’s six sense for abundant, tumbling melodies.



H. Hawkline

H. Hawkline

MAGIC GANG
Electrowerkz
Monday 9 February 2015

£6

Just a week after the release of his latest album, ‘In The Pink Of Condition’ H.Hawkline returns to London.

With two main influences from  maverick U.S. author Richard Brautigan (the Hawkline name appropriated from Brautigan’s 1974 ‘gothic western’ The Hawkline Monster) and a just-turned-solo Paul McCartney, H. Hawkline’s music has a wistful ways with words – songs constructed as slices of life, surrealist observations on the everyday, and a hint of McCartney’s six sense for abundant, tumbling melodies.



H. Hawkline

H. Hawkline

MAGIC GANG
Electrowerkz
Monday 9 February 2015

£6

Just a week after the release of his latest album, ‘In The Pink Of Condition’ H.Hawkline returns to London.

With two main influences from  maverick U.S. author Richard Brautigan (the Hawkline name appropriated from Brautigan’s 1974 ‘gothic western’ The Hawkline Monster) and a just-turned-solo Paul McCartney, H. Hawkline’s music has a wistful ways with words – songs constructed as slices of life, surrealist observations on the everyday, and a hint of McCartney’s six sense for abundant, tumbling melodies.



H. Hawkline

H. Hawkline

MAGIC GANG
Electrowerkz
Monday 9 February 2015

£6

Just a week after the release of his latest album, ‘In The Pink Of Condition’ H.Hawkline returns to London.

With two main influences from  maverick U.S. author Richard Brautigan (the Hawkline name appropriated from Brautigan’s 1974 ‘gothic western’ The Hawkline Monster) and a just-turned-solo Paul McCartney, H. Hawkline’s music has a wistful ways with words – songs constructed as slices of life, surrealist observations on the everyday, and a hint of McCartney’s six sense for abundant, tumbling melodies.



H. Hawkline

H. Hawkline

MAGIC GANG
Electrowerkz
Monday 9 February 2015

£6

Just a week after the release of his latest album, ‘In The Pink Of Condition’ H.Hawkline returns to London.

With two main influences from  maverick U.S. author Richard Brautigan (the Hawkline name appropriated from Brautigan’s 1974 ‘gothic western’ The Hawkline Monster) and a just-turned-solo Paul McCartney, H. Hawkline’s music has a wistful ways with words – songs constructed as slices of life, surrealist observations on the everyday, and a hint of McCartney’s six sense for abundant, tumbling melodies.



H. Hawkline

H. Hawkline

MAGIC GANG
Electrowerkz
Monday 9 February 2015

£6

Just a week after the release of his latest album, ‘In The Pink Of Condition’ H.Hawkline returns to London.

With two main influences from  maverick U.S. author Richard Brautigan (the Hawkline name appropriated from Brautigan’s 1974 ‘gothic western’ The Hawkline Monster) and a just-turned-solo Paul McCartney, H. Hawkline’s music has a wistful ways with words – songs constructed as slices of life, surrealist observations on the everyday, and a hint of McCartney’s six sense for abundant, tumbling melodies.







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