BartandBaker, burlesque, compilations, Electro Swing, shoobidoowah, Venus in Hollywood, Wagram - posted on June 7, 2011 by

it don’t mean a thing, if you ain’t got that swing

Hey sweeties, I have some exciting news. I’m told that our track ‘Venus In Hollywood’ will feature on French DJs Bart and Baker’s new electro-swing compilation “Burlesque Swing.”

It’s out June 16th on the Wagram Label in France but also iTunes & import.

You can preorder it via Amazon here:

And read some cute interviews with burlesque lovelies on their dedicated site:

Here’s a preview of the track, if you haven’t heard it yet ( Gavin’s busy working on a video as we speak!).

Venus In Hollywood by Sweet Tooth Music

C’est bonnes nouvelles, oui oui?

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50's crooners, Dior Homme, Dolce and Gabbana, pretty boys with slicked down hair and skinny trousers - posted on May 25, 2011 by

if donald draper was a skater…

Ricky Nelson’s crooning. Slick 50′s styling. And… a skateboard?! We love this elegance on wheels:

Music: ‘It’s All In The Game’ by Ricky Nelson
Art Direction: Atelier Franck Durand
Hot skater boy: Kilian Martin
Kilian dressed by:
Dior Homme
Dolce & Gabbana
Giorgio Armani
John Varvatos

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Can an F-cup be classed as teeny weeny?, Fleurtini's buying bikinis, Make mine a mojito please - posted on May 11, 2011 by

she… wore… an….

Summer is coming here in London town, not a moment too soon after the “Big Freeze” of winter. I’m waiting (impatiently!) for my holiday in the South of France in a few months time, and I just purchased myself a new bikini in preparation (before the shops start bringing in AW2011 collections and swimwear vanishes *just* as it’s getting warm).

As it happens, it’s in frilly polka dots and a vintage halter style and so I couldn’t resist humming this 60s classic as I tried it on. OK, I confess that mine’s navy-blue and not yellow (citrus colours + porcelain skin = jaundice!), but grant me a little poetic license…

Pool-side cocktail, anyone?


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All right Mr. De Mille, I’m ready for my close-up…

Last week we had the pleasure of shooting footage at the amazing Shunt on Bermondsey Street, before they closed their doors for good. The “Victorian” stage structure, built in an old tobacco factory in south London, provided us with the perfect industrial-yet-vintage setting for our new video for Walk With Me.

Video is coming soon, but whilst Liminal are busy editing I thought I’d share some stills from the night, taken by Mark Woszczalski.

Click each image to expand…

The last one is my favourite, I love the segue from slippers to sparkles. Oh, the glamour…

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lomo london tumblr blog art inspiration - posted on April 7, 2011 by

Tumblrs and Lomos

I have been busy blogging my Lomos for the past few months and really enjoying it – check ‘em out. If you’ve not joined Tumblr already I cannot recommend it highly enough. It’s evocative, inspiring and downright sexy. Hope you enjoy my pix, and here are a couple of the blogs I like to follow just to keep you inspired…

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sweet tooth film noir raygun steam punk belly dancer hackney London - posted on December 14, 2010 by

Ooh Boy! (You’d Look Good With A Gun)

This is the first video that we created, shot, edited and produced ourselves. It was a lot of fun, and many thanks go to our collaborators for their graphics, dancing shadows, rayguns and more!

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adele has soul, i want her to be my friend - posted on November 29, 2010 by

adele adoration

I have one thing to say today.

Between seeing this:

And now this:

I cannot WAIT for the new Adele album next year!

That is all…



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art, maxfield parrish, no wonder the other kids thought I was weird, nudie nymphs - posted on November 26, 2010 by

parrish skies

It’s been a beautiful day here in London. Bitterly cold but crisp of air, blue of sky, and with the kind of luminous sunshine that seems to envelop everything in liquid rose-gold.

Looking out the window at the trees (I’m not silly enough to actually be outside!), the last remaining autumn leaves look like their edges are dipped in glitter. They, and the fresco-like sunset behind them, remind me of the work of Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966), one of my favourite Art Nouveau artists.

 Daybreak (1922)

I was romantic of mind even when I was little (in case the fairy costume hasn’t given that away already) and someone once kindly gave a calendar of Parrish’s work, guessing correctly that I’d fall in love with the fantastical imagery. Once that year was through I couldn’t bear to throw it away, so I retained all of the images and plastered my walls with them, joining the posters of Marilyn, Fred & Ginger, Bogart & Bacall and River Phoenix that I had in my bedroom (the latter being the one nod towards the popular culture of the time!).

 Contentment (1927)

Twelve magical images that I used to escape into, imagining I was that nymph dangling my toes into the still water…

 Evening (1921)

Gazing at the starry sky…

 Stars (1926)

With my head in the clouds (a happy place to keep it!).

Ecstasy (1929)

Who are your favourite artists and how did you discover them?  I’d love to know.


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tanoura dancer passing clouds Hackney afro casbah sepia - posted on November 7, 2010 by

Spanish dream 1922

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persia porzia assassin steampunk ray gun tinkerbots - posted on November 5, 2010 by

You’d look good with a gun

Lola the assassin awaits

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