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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Zara McFarlane – Live @ Brecon Jazz 2014

18 August 2014 |

Friday 8th August, Wales

British jazz and soul singer songwriter Zara McFarlane has been inspired by the “many amazing, charismatic black women” in her life. She studied musical theatre at the Brit School and popular music performance … Read More

THE JOHN STEEL SINGERS – Common Thread

18 August 2014 |

Australian five piece The John Steel Singers’ new track ‘Common Thread’ is the older brother to 90s revival that actually got his life together after uni. While many bands in their current infancy are opting for baggy aesthetics … Read More

Camp Bestival 2014 – Live Review + Photos

17 August 2014 |

Thursday 31st July – Sunday 3rd August, Dorset

All my bags are packed, I’m ready to go and I’m speeding down to Camp Bestival! Well, not just me but all the other lovely festival types are too. But this year, we get … Read More

TOMAS DONCKER BAND – Moanin’ At Midnight: The Howlin’ Wolf Project

17 August 2014 |

It’s refreshing to hear the Tomas Doncker Band doing versions of these classic tunes that stray from the confines of the Chicago Blues. On this album there’s a mix of flavours from Rock, Blues, Funk, Jazz and … Read More

NOURA MINT SEYMALI – Tzenni

16 August 2014 |

The sound of the desert, during the last few years, has been transformed. Like dunes moulded by a spell of Sirocco, the ever-changing political and cultural scenario has shaped and reshaped the North Africa music scene too. New artistic … Read More

KILLER BE KILLED – Wings Of Feather And Wax

15 August 2014 |

In theory, looking at the members of this group, it should be one of the best things ever. Max Cavalera, Greg Puciato, Troy Sanders and Dave Elitch. That’s Soulfy, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Mastodon, and ex-The Mars … Read More

SHOW OF HANDS – Centenary

14 August 2014 |

Over sixteen million soldiers and civilians died in The First World War, with a devastating effect on Britain. For four brutal years soldiers experienced horror, humour, comradeship, drunkenness and exhilaration in the trenches.

Two popular and fine actors, Jim … Read More

Beacons Festival 2014 – Live Review + Photos

13 August 2014 |

Friday 8th – Sunday 10th August, Skipton

Only in its second year, Beacons Festival – which ran from the 8th to the 10th of August and on a farm in the town of Skipton – has a different vibe compared to other … Read More

ACOLLECTIVE – Pangaea

13 August 2014 |

Acollective are a curious band that has been nurtured by a bunch of drastically different influences – both musical and cultural ones. Their career started in Tel Aviv – a city known for a funky mix of … Read More

Sponsored Video: The Order of Never Hide

12 August 2014 |

So, who has ever felt the desire to be part of a secret society? I’m sure, as kids, you all started your own secret societies, gangs and clubs, right? Well, Ray Ban is presenting the chance to … Read More