Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Music

Hacienda Classical Forest Live line-up confirmed

Hacienda Classical, the clubbing classical cross-over show has announced DJ’s and guest support for their unique concerts as part...

Stereophonics announce Forest Live gigs

Stereophonics have announced two shows as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series promoted by the Forestry Commission,...

Fifteen –  SPC ECO (album review)

In many ways Fifteen, and indeed SPC ECO’s music in general, seems like the latest chapter in an ongoing...

Duels –  Brim Liski (e.p. review)

Duels raises a few interesting questions, questions which the musical competition might want to level at themselves. Questions such...

Hacienda Classical announce Forest Live concerts

Hacienda Classical have announced dates as part of Forest Live 2019, the summer concert series organised by the Forestry...

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The Festival of Christmas gets financial boost

The Festival of Christmas, in association with Bath Road Methodist Church and STEP Swindon has been awarded £1,000 thanks to...

Launch of charity single is a huge success

Sunday evening saw the launch of a new Charity Single by local song writing duo, Clarry Bean and Andy...

The Bohemians pay tribute to Queen

The Best of Queen, performed by The Bohemians and presented by Sweeney Entertainments, pay homage to the world’s most...

Jack Savoretti announces Forest Live gig

Jack Savoretti has announced a West Country woodland concert as part of Forest Live 2019, the annual concert series...

ShapeShiftingAliens – ShapeShiftingAliens (album review)

ShapeShiftingAliens are a strange and rare phenomenon in that they seem to make music which seems to sound like...

Theresa –  Cabinet of Millionaires (single review)

It often seems odd that, by and large, as the world seems to be heading down some darker political...

Mind Graffiti  –  I Am a Rocketship (album review)

I often read the influence section of an artist’s bio with a mix of amusement and interest. It can...

Need Her Still – Auld (single review)

Pop can be so many things and shows no sign of limiting its adventures in the new fusions it...

Ego Death – Emily Breeze (single review)

Firstly, anything that comes with a Barry Adamson remix has to be worth a listen. But of course long...