9th March 2012 Reviewed by Steve Boniface Andy Robinson, front man and songwriter for well-knitted 4 piece Robinson, is an unassuming character who is very deeply involved in his songwriting. When he talks about it his passion and honesty is inspiring, moving through influences as diverse as Hemingway and Dylan via American novelist Bukowski. ThisContinue reading “Robinson @ The Silver Bullet”
Released March 5th Some facts The feisty three piece General Fiasco are releasing their second album this summer. Previous release Waves EP featured the track The Age You Start Losing Friends which was named as Huw Stephen’s ‘Hottest Record In The World.’ He knows his shit. In an Ash-less world (or a good version of Ash at least)Continue reading “General Fiasco – Don't You Ever”
The week commencing March 12th is going to be a good one. Why? Rebecca, a perfect example of the story telling folk, meandering melodies and charming hum, urban balladry from Leeds based Soulmates Never Die, can be yours for free by signing up to the mailing list. Wry smiles, raised eyebrows and easy accustomed graceContinue reading “Soulmates Never Die – Rebecca”
Two Wounded Birds, Deadwax and The Switch at our Christmas party. Thanks to Glenn Michael Harper for taking the photos!
Even more cosy and heartwarming than a Disney cartoon is the animated video for Bombay Bicycle Club ‘s new single How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep, which is released on the 2nd April via Island Records. Taking a hefty six months to build and film, it was created by animator Anna Ginsburg, who also went toContinue reading “Bombay Bicycle Club's dreamy new video”