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REVIEW: Lucy Rose @ Hare & Hounds, June 14th

Words by Cesilia Oriana Trecaquista / Pictures by Maht For the past few years, 22 year old Lucy Rose has been quietly grafting away; D.I.Y style. Her folk orientated songwriting established her name, with the strong turnout at the Hare & Hounds a testament to this. After the support acts, Matt Sheehan and Nathan Holme (who displayed some impressive if […]

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Sons of Kemet

REVIEW: Shabaka Hutchings and Sons of Kemet + David Austin Grey’s Greyish Quartet @ Hare & Hounds, June 6th

Words by Robert Kornreich An enjoyable gig – especially Sons of Kemet. Both good to hear and to watch. BUT let’s get this clear at the start. I don’t do the language of ‘funky’ and ‘streetwise’. Not even the ‘hip’ of my youth. Indeed, these terms make me cringe with their naff over-blown aspiration to… […]

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ALBUM: The Dark Red Room / David Austin Grey & Greyish Quartet

Ed’s Note The Dark Red Room is the first studio album from David Austin Grey, the Birmingham based pianist and composer. Written and arranged for Greyish Quartet; DAG’s four piece ensemble, this 14 track debut ‘explore(s) the creative possibilities which may present themselves where music attempts to reflect photography, film & cinematography, and vice versa […]

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