Bristol-based singer-songwriter James Humphrys talks his second EP, Memory Palace, a record based on reflection and appreciating life. James Humphrys is an up-and-coming artist who grew up in Gilford playing for bands, moved to Bristol to study at BIMM (Bristol Music […]
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After delaying the release due to COVID-19, HAIM have finally unveiled what is the album of the summer, writes Emily Calder.
Montreal-based Pottery release their debut album, Welcome to Bobby’s Motel, an enjoyable indie record that radiates summer vibes.
Isherwood’s novel is thought provoking, engaging, fuelled by confusing customs and traditions and wrapped in sentiment.
In The Dressmaker’s Gift, Fiona Valpy paints a vivid image of France in World War II, transformed by Nazi Germany occupation.
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On the Edge of Change is the highly-anticipated debut EP from London based singer-songwriter Jennings Couch.
“Second novels are notoriously tricky beasts,” writes Hannah Beckerman at the end of her new book, yet she was perfectly able to tame hers.
The Glasgow-born musician entered the stage wearing his satin tour jacket, his untidy, dishevelled hair barely moving an inch. His stage banter and general clown-like nature took the West London crowd by storm from the very beginning of the show.