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The Top Five Kate Bush Singles

In 1978 we first heard an album full of magical moments, uneasy incestuous nuances and deeply disturbing – almost nightmarish – musical wanderings. It was brought to us by a slip of a girl. A worryingly controlling dark-haired banshee. Her name was Kate Bush. These are her five best singles …

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Talk In Colour – The Cell

The pitch and timbre disperses to reveal a jazzy & studious nature. The vocal spills out like molasses from a tipped treacle tin, oozing into the cavities of the tune … This is intricate, delicate and charming…

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Marching Band Die In My Arms

Stunning reticulated vocals seem to loop around the filaments of the song – each strand of sound standing bold against the patinations of banjo, lightly bobbing & cupric guitars and rattlesome bobbinet rhythms …


Interview with The Franklys

“For us, the live performance is key, we always bring so much energy to the stage and want the audience to feel this too. An unadulterated sound has a little more honesty…” Check the Interview with The Franklys here …

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Beth Thornley Septagon

Septagon contains some skillfully crafted – emotionally wry – songs. They have a whiff of nostalgia about them… Like opening the leaves of an old but valuable book…. The fragrances will waft out – bringing back precious memories


HRH Blues Review

Those wonderful guys at Chic Festivals introduced us to twenty-five of the best blues acts around – including Dr. Feelgood, Simon McBride and the Vargas Blues Band – It is generally agreed that the highlights of the weekend were ‘Crowsaw‘ and ‘Pontus Snibb‘ but it is true to say that Dr. Feelgood rocked the house too. Those boys were on fire…