Music Video: The Penelopes ‘Roses’

We recently featured ‘Mulholland Drive’ – The Penelopes first single from their new EP ‘Leave them all behind. This time the french duo offer up a beautfully Sia-esqe video for their latest release ‘Roses’.  Once again the Parisian pop artists serve us a slice of nostalgic, electro-pop matched to a set of striking visuals from…

Featured Artist: Wide Eyed Boy

It’s no surprise that a city as unique and combustive as Liverpool would bring together a band so striking as Wide Eyed Boy. Two parts British, one part German and one part Australian, this four-piece take their adopted home’s heritage seriously – from the internationalist culture of the city, to its inevitable musical lineage. Oliver,…

To See Or Not To See: BSP’s Hamlet Review

May I take a brief moment at the beginning of this review to honour the memory of both Kevin Dicker and John Slocombe, the two plays being put on by the Bournemouth Shakespeare Players this year were their favourites and it is a fitting tribute indeed. Having worked with them both in the past the…

One From The Inbox: The Penelopes “Mulholland Drive”

From their native Paris suburbs, to their lives in London, The Penelopes, formed by Axel Basquiat and Vincent T have turned their attention from remixing the likes of Lana Del Rey, Pet Shop Boys, and Alt-J to composing music for film for Asia Argento and others. The new single, ‘Mulholland Drive’, with its L.A.-shot video,…

New Release: James Gillespie ‘Don’t Let Me Get Me’

James Gillespie comes forth with the unlikeliest covers, a delicate yet fun rendition of Pink’s “Don’t Let Me Get Me”. The cover follows on from one of the the most exciting debuts of the year with “What You Do”. Bringing his already-recognisable vocal – that rare juxtaposition of rich and raw – to a pop…

Music Video – Tom Walker ‘Blessings’

Yeah we posted about Tom Walker earlier today – what you going to do about it? When an artist this good drops two sweet-ass releases within a matter of days of one another it would be rude not to feature them both. The video for ‘Blessings’ beautifully sums up a key message in this life…