New Music Lotto to Launch in February

New Music Lotto to Launch in February

Of the many economic sectors hit hardest by the pandemic , one has the been the live music industry, and no more so than independent artists and venues,  Taking into account the sparse funding before that and you might wonder what will happen to all those artists and...

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Seafoam Green: Martin’s Garden

Seafoam Green: Martin’s Garden

Irish duo Seafoam Green, released a new album, Martin's Garden, at the beginning of June that encompasses a whole range of musical styles, whilst ostensibly being under the Americana label. Muireann McDermott Long and Dave O'Grady, now based in Liverpool, have crafted...

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Ralph Beeby: An Imperfect Cadence of Gloom and Ennui

Ralph Beeby: An Imperfect Cadence of Gloom and Ennui

September 2018 saw our first review of Ralph Beeby and the Elephant Collective's first EP, First Light.  As a reviewer who likes voices, I thoroughly enjoyed the deep resonance of Ralph's vocals that lend themselves so well to the blues music he has created and this...

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Beats & Pieces Big Band: Ten

Beats & Pieces Big Band: Ten

Ten years is a long time in any circle. However, ten years in the world of music is something exponentially larger. Add to that the fact that Beats & Pieces Big Band, made up of fourteen musicians no less, have hit the decade milestone, and you start to see why...

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Mary-Jess – Prayer To A Snowflake

Mary-Jess – Prayer To A Snowflake

At this time of year, it's easy to write off music as tacky or overly-sentimental, especially when the shops are blasting out Slade and Chris de Burgh as though there's been nothing new since the 70s. Thankfully, in Prayer To A Snowflake, UK-based classical-crossover...

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