In Brighton UK, in 1990, a songwriter from Belfast recorded a version of Pharaoh House Crash. It was a year of heatwaves, raves and riots.
Pharaoh House Crash was also chosen as his artist name because it echoed the three genres that inspired his music: reggae, house and punk. Debut single, Epic Dream - a song about global warming - came out in 1993 and although no more music was released, songs, remixes and mash-ups about misogyny, free speech and... partying, continued to be recorded.
In a world that moves ever faster, Pharaoh House Crash believes in patience, perseverance and passion. (And partying.)
"Hoyden To Harridan' was started 30 years ago, but it's theme remains prescient - a takedown of the engrained and often casual misogyny in society." (Robin Murray. Clash Music Magazine 27.08.21)
Belfast, 1984 (in blue) with members of post punk bands The Outcasts and Doomed Youth.