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…

New Music – Travis Karter ‘White Panther’

Travis Karter is an artist destined to make an impact, he is ravenously hungry and not for the trappings and gold chains that usually hold hip hop down, but for something far purer. From age 12 when he released his first track “Till The Day I Die” with the endorsement and following of Kymani Marley…

New Music – Dusk Brothers ‘Storms, Rum, Liars, And Guns’ EP

A good EP shows off a bands range, it gives you an idea of the scope of what they can do and Dusk Brothers have put together something truly remarkable in that respect. Every track plays off the last, building into something greater than the sum of its parts. In listening, you can almost see the shamanic twosome stomping away on stage and summoning this surreal and seriously sexy sound.

Boomtown Chapter 11: A Radical Line-up

Boomtown Fair have released at least the tickling tease of a line-up. With the countless small venues and stages scattered around the site, there is obviously plenty more still to come but this makes for a tasty treat for those who already have their golden ticket. The announcement came alongside a fake-out but much welcomed…

Track Of The Day – Be Quiet. Shout Loud! ‘Louisiana’

(Photo: Simon Shaw)   ‘Louisiana’ is the lead track from Teeside based Be Quiet. Shout Loud!, this upbeat disco-rock track come as part of their recently released EP ‘Another Commotion’. Coming through with a full six tracks, including the upcoming single ‘No Hope’, the five-piece are making strides in fun and well written tracks to…

Lessons From Boomtown: Friday

Boomtown has grown from relatively humble beginnings in 2009 to an immersive alternate society that more and more people are choosing over other festivals. It’s the oasis of hedonistic hope for many 9 to 5 workers seeking to escape the dull reality of British society for three days in August. Last year I met a…

Single Review – CHÆMBERS ‘We Don’t Say Goodbye’

To be honest; the genre of witch house music is a new one to me and I’m sure most of you are equally virginal. However, If you were to assume that this is a genre of music that is exclusively produced in spooky Amityville horror style basements, you’d definitely be barking up the right tree.…

Tongue Fu Review For You

Whilst other poets and performers might covet trophies, accolades or publication my biggest “prose goes pro” dream would one day to be invited to share the stage with the Tongue Fu team. Combining the soul of jazz with the power of practised poetry Chris Redmond has crafted an evening that moves your feet, heart and…