New Music – Kitty Stewart ‘Talula’

Following on from the back of a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund the release of two EP’s, Dorset based folk-fairy Kitty Stewart has delivered on the goods. Both albums are delightfully different from one another and yet still enjoy the core charm and heart that had donations flooding in from anyone who has encountered this…

C.R.I.T-ical assessment: an interview with Broke ‘N’ Heartless

C.R.I.T is an exciting project from local film making funsters Broke ‘N’ Heartless. Taking inspiration from cheesey, sleazy horror films and a significant sprinkling of nerd it’s a short that certainly grabs your attention.

F.A.F. Gig Review: Deadwall, Firewoodisland & Theo Altieri,

First impressions of the Buffalo bar did not give me the Celtic Viking vibes that Firewoodisland are known for. Next to Highbury and Islington tube, entering through an ominous door, down the stairs into the basement, the blood red walls aggressively baring down on you. There wasn’t much too soothing about these surroundings. Perhaps more…

Album Review: Bombay Bicycle Club- ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’

After the success of the last album, Bombay Bicycle Club had the chance to straddle a higher profile producer, to ride towards further mainstream success. Instead, Jack Steadman has politely held up his hand as a secret suitor to the task of producing the next chapter of the band’s illogical musical progression. From measured indie-rock,…