Month: May 2020

Lakefest 2021

Lakefest 2020 postponed due to Covid-19

Lakefest 2020 can now no longer take place but will be back in 2021! The grassroots independent festival Lakefest say that “it’s say this with great sadness but it has become clear from talking with local authorities and monitoring the […]

Billy Nomates - No - single Review

Billy Nomates – No – Single Review

Yes, if I am honest the progressive city of Bristol has always appealed to me and the city, like all cities with its own docks, is an amalgam of creativity feeding off a myriad imported and home-grown influences. And guess […]

Red Hot Riot move to LA

Red Hot Riot – Move to LA – Single Review

Well, look what the stray cats dragged in! You can dismiss Red Hot Riot as simply copycats if you want but the band deserve so much more. They are street-smart with an inherent sense of fun and I make no […]

Fury - We Will Sing

Fury – We Will Sing – Single Review

Are you a bored hard-rock fan, looking for a lockdown diversion?  Then Fury have set you a challenge.  This is “We Will Sing” the third song released from their new album called “The Grand Prize”.  “We Will Sing” is a […]

Wychwood Festival Virtually

Virtually Wychwood, streaming direct to your house for free!

Just because we can’t be together, it doesn’t mean we can’t have fun. Wychwood Festival have been hard at work behind the scenes to create something that very exciting, they’ll be bringing you Virtually Wychwood direct to your house! There’s workshops, storytelling […]

Patrick Griffin - Love is Cruel - Single Review

Patrick Griffin – Love is Cruel – Single Review

After the success of his previous single ‘A Different Drum’, Patrick Griffin returns with warming new track ‘Love is Cruel’. There’s elements of independence and strokes of reassurance in Patrick’s music, making it easy-listening and holding onto a gentle feel-good […]

Peter With Rosie - The Seasons - EP Review

Peter With Rosie – The Seasons – EP Review

Following the recent successes of Christmas In A Market Town (2018) and Nine Lessons: A Christmas Album (2019), husband and wife team, Pete(r) Adams and Rosie Green return with their first non-festive release in the form of The Seasons, a […]