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Wake Up Now

ALBUM: Wake Up Now – Nick Mulvey 08.09.17

Words by James Attwood Following the success of his Mercury nominated 2015 debut, First Mind –  the album that spawned his breakthrough track ‘Cucurucu’ and earned him support slots with the likes of London Grammar, Nick Mulvey is back with a second offering of world music tinged indie-folk masterpieces. Entitled Wake Up Now, the album, which is set for release on the […]

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ALBUM: All the Light Above It Too – Jack Johnson

Words by Katherine Priddy / Lead pic by Morgan Maassen Have you ever found yourself stretched out and sun-warmed on the white sands of a Hawaiian paradise, with nothing but a large zoot and a battered old guitar to keep you company? Me neither. But after listening to Jack Johnson’s 7th studio album, All The Light Above It […]

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Turning Tides

ALBUM: Turning Tides – Wildwood Kin

Words by Katherine Priddy As a female folk musician myself, it’s always exciting to hear how other young women in the trade are leaving their mark. It’s also the first time I have come across Wildwood Kin’s music, but upon checking out their website prior to listening to the album I was impressed to see […]

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BPREVIEW: Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam – album launch ‘all dayer’ @ Hare & Hounds 05.07.17

Words by Ed King On Saturday 5th August, Sunshine Frisbee Lasterbeam (SFL) host and headline an ‘all dayer’ at the Hare & Hounds in Kings Heath – launching their double LP, Sink or Swim / The Mirage. Joining SFL will be a bevy of the great, good and decidedly gifted of the Birmingham DIY scene, with Black […]

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Ozzy Osborne interview - 26.06.10 / Paul Ward

INTERVIEW: Ozzy Osborne

    Words by Ed King / Pics by Paul Ward Everybody’s waiting. The media in a corridor upstairs, the fans against the railings downstairs. Gargantuan pillars of security standing stoic in the middle. We were all told to ‘be here by 1pm sharp’ but there’s been queues on the street for over 36 hours. Why? […]

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