A vintage clothing shop cum cafe slash bar with a gig venue, Paper Dress Vintage is one of those places that tries to be all things to all womena and men, and somehow succeeds. Slow Club are down for a four week residency, playing stripped back versions of the songs from their new album, onlyContinue reading “Slow Club live at Paper Dress Vintage”
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”
Jakub Tencl is a clinical hypnotherapist and healer, and his new book The Mystery of Life is his story of how he came to realise his own spiritual journey. He explains ‘The Mystery of Life is a picture of everything that happened in my life to help me find this method of self-acceptance.’ This isContinue reading “Jakub Tencl – The Mystery Of Life”
Glory Days – WWII Book Reviews Issue seven of New Zealand’s premier vintage lifestyle publication coincided with the start of the World War I centenary, so, in the spirit of remembrance, they focus on stories related to both World Wars this issue. One of which is a little book review of Alan Hollinghurst’s The Stranger’s Child.
Released on Cool For Cats Records on April 29th From the opening gentle picking pattern on Rain At Night and the first time we are introduced to the warm wholesome vocals of Malena, through to the final lulls of Si Quedamos the debut EP from Oh So Quiet is one uses strings and strums to their full effect, being soothingContinue reading “Oh So Quiet – Oh So Quiet EP”