Monthly Archives: April 2012

Jack White – Blunderbuss

Flitting from project to project like a musical magpie Jack White is nothing if not prolific; from his origins in the Stripes to his dalliances with Danger Mouse on ‘Rome’ and everything in-between he has consistently surprised and pleased in … Continue reading

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Sound It Out

‘Sound It Out’ tells the true story of the last record shop of the same name in Teesside, North East England, situated just three miles from where the director Jeanie Finlay grew up. It is a fantastic look at people, … Continue reading

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Gemma Hayes – Let It Break

Fourth album ‘Let it Break’ see Gemma Hayes in fine form and increasing the song writing skills that she has been slowly developing since her remarkable debut ‘Night on my Side’. ‘Keep Running’ is nothing short of a perfect pop … Continue reading

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Will Jeffery and The Wild Gentry – The Dead Butterflies E.p.

The first thing you should notice about Will Jeffery is his strong distinctive voice, the second thing is his ability to write a great tune and his new E.p. ‘The Dead Butterflies’ is a perfect showcase of both. Like a … Continue reading

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