Caught By The River

Music, literature, beer and nature, all in the city. Sounds kind of perfect? That’s what will be on offer at Caught By The River, a new two day festival to hit London this summer. Taking place over the 6th and 7th August at Fulham Palace, the creators of the event (fresh from curating and promotingContinue reading “Caught By The River”

My Beautiful Black Dog

It’s running late, and if we don’t start soon, I’ll have to miss it.The packed line up at the Southbank’s Changing Minds festival means I’ve booked events back to back and delays are screwing my schedule. A one woman musical soirée about depression – I get where this is going, it’s fine. But I am aware itContinue reading “My Beautiful Black Dog”

New music festival hits Peckham Rye

Peckham Rye Music Festival announces it’s inaugural multi venue London festival launching in May 2016. Taking place across 13th – 15th May across hip and vibrant venues such as The Bussey, CLF, Rye Wax and The Nines, this highly new weekend festival will celebrate the local music scene and the hive of creativity taking place inContinue reading “New music festival hits Peckham Rye”

Haiku Salut Lamp Show at Westminster Reference Library

On a Friday evening ending one of those Indian Summer September days, Westminster Reference Library was filled with people curious about discovering something new. Not necessarily through books this time. Hushed yet with a curious hum there was a sense that something a little magical could be about to begin. Looking like the eccentric livingContinue reading “Haiku Salut Lamp Show at Westminster Reference Library”

Nai Harvest – Sick On My Heart

Fuzz fused and pumped up Sheffield duo Nai Harvest have announced new album Hairball is to land on 28th April via Topshelf Records, and have unveiled the first single Sick On My Heart. Bolshy punk sonics and brash vocals combine in a confident rush of elasticated melodies and memorable hooks, enjoyed with confidence and tenacity.Continue reading “Nai Harvest – Sick On My Heart”