Meet the Team: Cailean Kinclaith

And now for the Bandplanet Team member you’ve all been waiting to meet –  Cailean, the official Bandplanet team Mascot! Humans are so passé, aren’t they? Dogs just do it better. Read here to find out what Cailean does for fun, what he loves to eat, his most embarrassing teenage musical obsession, and what’s on his current playlist – warning, cuteness ahead!

Name: Cailean Kinclaith

Age: 1 Year (or 7 dog years…)

I was born in: Rottweil, Germany.

I currently reside in: A big farmhouse, somewhere green. There are lots of squirrels and birds to chase, cows to herd, fields to run through etc. Paradise!

What I do at Bandplanet: Head of VIOTMB (Very Important Official Team Mascot Business) – Chief Tail-Wagger & Drumstick Chewer, Executive Director of Team Spirit & Morale, Director of Sports & Long Walks, model & method actor.

Favorite track on Bandplanet: ‘Monkey Dope’ by illeist collective. Heavy stuff.

Favorite food: Cervelat! (delicious Swiss sausage). For my first birthday I was given a cervelat, all for myself. Best. Birthday. Ever.

Favorite birthday cake: Cervelat.

Happiest when: Swimming with my boss. Eating Cervelat.

In a previous life I was: Quentin Tarantino’s best friend.

Most embarrassing teenage musical obsession: The Pussycat Dolls. Cat Power. Giorgio Moroder’s Cat People. I’m so ashamed!

Dream gig or festival line-up: Snoop Dogg, Notorious BIG, Gorillaz.

Favorite way to chill out: Hanging out with my boss and watching Tarantino movies. Or chasing squirrels and cats.

Song to be played at your funeral:Dog Days Are Over’ by Florence and the Machine.

Currently listening to:Rain Dogs’ by Tom Waits, ‘Hot Dog’ by Led Zeppelin, ‘Hound Dog’ by Elvis Presley, ‘I Wanna Be Your Dog’ by The Stooges, ‘Give The Dog A Bone’ by AC/DC.

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‘Músicos de Huechuraba’ Project, Santiago de Chile


We love to promote and support emerging artists, so we are pleased as punch to be sponsoring ’Músicos de Huechuraba’, a series of events organised by Huechuraba musicians in Santiago de Chile. Running each Saturday from now until November, the project presents bands and musicians from a different genre each week, providing a great platform for new and upcoming artists to showcase their talents. Upcoming weeks focus on jazz/funk, hip-hop, Pachanga/Cumbia, and solo/pop. Sounds good to us!

‘Músicos de Huechuraba’ has a mission – to search for emerging bands to represent the district of Huechuraba in Santiago de Chile for further national and international events, as well as to promote art and culture. Well, we all know that Chile is a veritable hotbed of talent, so we’re expecting to see some fantastic new artists at the events. Each event is filmed professionally, so that aspiring bands/artists have a high-quality recording to add to their music portfolios. The organizers also hope to stage an annual show to showcase the best bands from the previous performances.

‘Músicos de Huechuraba’ events are held each Saturday at Centro Cultural de Huechuraba, Avenida Recoleta 6178, Huechuraba, Chile, until 09.11.12.

For more information, contact Músicos de Huechuraba.