On 16 and 17 November, our friends at The Local are presenting a festival in the Crouch End area of London, cleverly entitled ‘The End’. Utilising a wealth of diverse rooms they’ll present a enviable line-up of musical talent, not least the wonderful Gravenhurst, who’ll headline at the Music Palace which we’re running for the weekend. Continue Reading →
We’re spending a lot of time with Savages these days. Tour managing them, and we’re back in London, 11 October at Electrowerkz. They might want to update their website. That’s last year’s events on that link.
It’s sold out, but those who got a ticket will want to go to:
7 Torrens Street, London EC1V 1NQ. Map
The new issue of the UK’s finest music paper, The Stool Pigeon, features what we consider to be the most thorough, well-researched article on the state of UK music festivals that we’ve read. We were interviewed for it, and great credit goes to the writer, Ben Cardew, for a proper piece of investigative journalism.
Read it here.
A couple of weeks back we saw a Canadian gentleman by the name of Craig Bjerring perform as Oldseed. Now living in Germany, Craig’s music swims in the same alt-country waters as Iron & Wine, Bon Iver, nodding respectfully to Townes Van Zandt, Waylon Jennings, and others from the genre’s glorious, troubled past.