Some bodies – TV Show

Bristol boys Some Bodies have returned with their brand new single TV Show. Some startling rock, some shimmering pop, and some killer hooks make for a catchy tune that will be perfect in festival fields. Jerky riffs and hazy drums give it an edge, whilst soft vocals captivate. A slightly vintage aesthetic blurs with modernContinue reading “Some bodies – TV Show”

Community feels at Create

The community is at the heart of Create Festival – and the community stage is the perfect place to celebrate this. This year there’s a whole range of choirs, singing groups, dance troupes and performers ready to wow the crowd and showcase some of the best local talent. Creativity and art is so good forContinue reading “Community feels at Create”

Create Platform

Create isn’t just for one day. The support for artists continues all week long. Create Platform is a week-long series of arts events and activities in and around Ashford taking place from 15 – 21 July. This exciting week-long programme of live arts events, fringe activities and happenings around town is an opportunity to showcase creativity andContinue reading “Create Platform”

Revelation revs up for Create Festival

St Mary’s Church has been a place of worship since the 13th century. Its spires stand tall above the buildings in Ashford, and can be seen from surrounding villages. But in recent years it has established itself as Revelation, an exciting and dynamic arts trust with a rich and varied programme. I caught up with DebraContinue reading “Revelation revs up for Create Festival”

An interview with Owen Ashworth

Owen Ashworth has announced an extensive July tour in the UK. The latest album Animal Companionship, which was released to critical acclaim in October, is available now via Run For Cover and Ashworth’s own Orindal Records. It’s charming, authentic, and wonderful. After hearing problems forced the end of his electronic pop project Casiotone for the Painfully Alone in 2010, Ashworth started making music as Advance Base.Continue reading “An interview with Owen Ashworth”