LEKIDDO - www.lekiddo.com...to find out what Britney, George W. Bush, Beyonce and 50 cent have to say about LEKIDDO.
Glitz @ Madame JoJo's, Thursday 27th July 2006, LEKIDDO - live on stage - 12 midnite

(blog: LEKIDDO - Lord of The Lobsters! live at Bing It On '09 - Sunday 13th December )

Festival reviews

LEKIDDO - Lord of The Lobsters!

Pretty much our new favourite person in the world. The future of music, the past of music, the present of music. The best live act you’ll see, ever. Like a cross between Mr Solo and breakfast TV exercise guru Mr Motivator. There is shameless camp pop fun. There is dancing. There are ACTIONS, people! He has wowed festival audiences this summer at Glasto and Offset, plus club audiences around the country. In his own words on his website “LEKIDDO treats his fans to a hip shaking, roller skating toe tapping, motivating, syncopating, gyrating experience. After being traumatised at young age by a giraffe who stole his hat (and his identity), LEKIDDO now manifests himself in many flavours.” Have a go at the fun activity on the site of putting a hat on his “beautifully shinny brown head.” In his own words from an e-mail to us: “we'll have a groovy Pinchy Pinchy kiss kiss PopArt xmas party.” www.lekiddo.com

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The whole weekend’s line-up is an eclectic mix of styles, sounds, and genres, but stumbling into the Guitar Hero New Bands tent at 5pm I think made everyone question their sanity. Lekiddo - Lord of the Lobsters. It was like watching Mr Motivator dancing to ‘Under the Sea’ from The Little Mermaid while singing the Streets’ ‘Don’t Mug Yourself’. At this hour it might be quite tame but you put him on past midnight and I’m certain he’d push a few people over the edge. They’d be murmuring about ‘bad trips’ and bashing their heads against the giant wooden masts propping the tent up. Still, he seemed as happy as a man who could shit gold coins - maybe because some of the puzzled looks had turned into genuine glee, and there were soon outbreaks of lobster dancing everywhere.