Million Dollar Quartet

  Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury ‘Ain’t nothin’ more fun than rock’n’roll.’ A line said once, but a sentiment repeated throughout Million Dollar Quartet, the ninety minute jukebox stage show that tells the story of a night in December 1956 at Sun Records, Memphis. Four stars, Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis gatheredContinue reading “Million Dollar Quartet”

Cults – High Road

On new single High Road from Cults the slinky and sinister start lures you in with no indication of Madeline Follin’s saccharine sweet vocals that await. As is typical of the NYC band, nifty fragility and hints at intimacy are left underneath synth laden guitar pop, who are well known for their hazey strain of rock.Continue reading “Cults – High Road”

Salt Cathedral – Fields

Salt Cathedral have launched their newest video Fields, a delightful and sparkling set following a ageing and ailing man discovering glimmers of joy. Flickering with steady patterns of sonically colourful ephemera, interspersed with lush harmonic vocals, all over a cantering beat, the song is built of many layers, Dripping with mesmerising and cinematic ambience, it’sContinue reading “Salt Cathedral – Fields”

Tom Odell – Another Love

So he looks like a model/Backstreet Boy, and his music was chosen by Burberry to front their Spring/Summer catwalk show, has been signed to Columbia, and is on tour with Jake Bugg. Multiple reasons to dislike Tom Odell? Maybe, but the warm vocals and twinkling melodies on his Songs From Another Love EP may convertContinue reading “Tom Odell – Another Love”