Hafdis Huld

Hafdis Huld – Folk Pop Storyteller

Hafdis Huld is an internationally renowned singer and songwriter from Iceland. She started her musical career as a teenager with electronic collective GusGus, and since then has released six albums and had nume...
Tex Lead

Philip Rambow – From Pub Rock to New Wave

A veteran of the music industry, with a career stretching all the way back to 1970s New York, Philip Rambow has had many years of experience to perfect his craft. During his journey he has from band to solo art...
Doble Headed Press

Aliens

Aliens describe themselves as a “music, film and animation” collective and began life as a song writing project in 2016. The brainchild of Del Amitri guitarist Iain Harvie and filmmaker Tim May, the Aliens coll...
Thomas

Thomas L. Jennings – Tradesman and abolitionist

Thomas L. Jennings (1791 – February 12, 1856) was an African-American tradesman and abolitionist in New York City, New York. He operated and owned a tailoring and dry-cleaning business, and, in 1821, he was the...
French Quarter Festival

2018 French Quarter Festival As it Happened

The annual French Quarter Festival is a free springtime music and food celebration in New Orleans. The festival spans four days and invites more than 300 musical acts to perform in the historic heart of the cit...
Ooberfuse

Ooberfuse – The Odd Ones

Based in Woolwich, London, comes this undiscovered rarity in electro-pop. The Duo Hal St John and Cherrie Anderson characterises their own individual Ooberfuse style with colour and vibrancy both inside and out...
Chris Simmons

Chris Simmons – Deepest Wound/ Gold Dust

Admittedly it was a surprise to all when Chris Simmons released these two back to back singles last August. After the death of his brother nearly three years previously in 2015, the majority of his local Bright...