Majk’s new CD, Too Much Caffeine, is now available: he will be holding an official launch gig on Friday the 13th of October (sorry if you’re superstitious!) at Daylight Robbery on Dublin Street, and is putting together a small tour of Edinburgh this Autumn, and hopefully a bit further afield after that.
He hopes to have songs online to download before too long.
Majk had three concerts in the Edinburgh Fringe this year, entitled “Make Tea, Not War”, 7-9pm on Saturday the 5th, Sunday the 27th and Monday the 28th of August, featuring special guests handpan drum player Milly Hoddo (5th and 27th) and storyteller Mark Borthwick (28th), at the Quaker Meeting House, 7 Victoria Terrace, EH1 2 JL. Between them they raised £373 (and 50 pence!) for the Meeting House’s designated charities this year.
Majk’s first CD, Scratch One, was a short-run fundraiser album for Akany Avoko, an orphanage in Madagascar, as part of a year-long national appeal that raised over £20,000.
Majk has written several songs for comedy cult project “The Enlightened Brethren of the Sacred Truth”