Amy Liptrot: The Outrun

This is not really a review but more of a very personal look back at reading a brilliant little book called “The Outrun”. „I‘m back under these decaying clouds and deep skies, living among the elements that made me“, writes Amy Liptrot in her autobiographical book “The Outrun”.

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Fresh Frequencies: Barns Courtney

DETERMINATION MAKES MUSICIANS AND NICE LINE BETWEEN BLUES AND INDIE I think that is an appropriate way to start an article about British singer and songwriter Barns Courtney. Every self-made musician, working hard to bring their personality into music, to give it that intimate and honest angle people want, comes through a rough path. Barns Courtney is no…

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Time Travel: Beatles & 4th September

4th September does not seem like such a significant date. Well. With thousands of years of human history, something was bound to happen, so yes. On 4th of September, we remember the greatly damaging fire of London in 1666, and as it often happens in human history, there were couple wars and rebellions, be it…

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‘Hurts’ remain lyrically strong

This Friday marked release of third album by British synthpop duo Hurts. Newest album “Surrender” faces rather diverse reviews and I decided put one of my own into the mix. I am a big fan of this band from album ‘Happiness’ which was bands debut, that remains on my list of top albums. By now…

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