Auld Gods: Older Wiser?

Auld Gods: Older Wiser?

Newly formed at the beginning of the pandemic, Auld Gods released their first album, Older, Wiser? at the beginning of 2022.  The trio of Belfast born musicians, Davy McLarnon, Marty Williamson and Mike Williamson, are currently located all over the UK and as now...

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The Gold Supply: Open Lines

The Gold Supply: Open Lines

Reading based band The Gold Supply, comprising Lena Wroblewska on vocals, Kevin Baxter on vocals, guitars, bass and piano, and Adam Rowe on drums, formed during the Covid-19 pandemic and are shortly releasing their debut EP, Open Lines.  Influenced by Massive Attack,...

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The Electric Flea Show: Art Club of Paintings

The Electric Flea Show: Art Club of Paintings

It's not often that a musician doesn't want to be identified as the author of their work but when it does, you only hope the music speaks for itself, and loudly.  Luckily, in the case of The Electric Flea Show's Art Club of Paintings, the music does indeed speak...

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Thee More Shallows: Dad Jams

Fourteen years after the last offering from Thee More Shallows, front man, Dee Kesler releases a new album this week.  Entitled Dad Jams, the album looks at the worlds of music and fatherhood colliding and how much life changes as a result.  Dee says that "so when I...

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Minutes to Midnight: After 1989 – A Trip to Freedom

Minutes to Midnight: After 1989 – A Trip to Freedom

Musician, composer and producer Simone Silvestroni last year created the concept that is Minutes to Midnight, a reference to the Doomsday Clock, a symbol which represents the likelihood of a human-made global catastrophe since the start of the atomic age. As I write,...

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