Throughout the 60s Cambodia was booming with talent, the music scene was flourishing and the stars of the era were talents like no other. Artists Sinn Sisamouth and Ros Sereysothea ruled the scene producing thousands of songs, acting in movies and even performing for royalty.
I think every moment should have a soundtrack. Every picnic, a song that makes you laugh; dinners, a romantic ballad and every adventure with the one you love should have a Freelance Whales song playing on the background. Continue reading “Introducing – Freelance Whales”
Tonight the Raynor Lounge plays host to Rob Frimston and Ed Rowett who comprise a London-based comedy sketch outfit somewhat aptly named ‘Frimston & Rowett’. The two met whilst studying at Cambridge University and have previously performed with the Cambridge Footlights and garnered critical acclaim from the co-creator of Red Dwarf amongst others.
There is a half decent amount of people here tonight and it’s nice to see that people are interested in new, young comedy acts and that not every comedian/comedic outfit have to have been shoved in our face repeatedly by their latest BBC THREE programme before the general public are willing to actually go out and watch them perform live.
Paving Stones is our brand new column where we talk about new bands and artists we find (or they find us). Check it every week, with a free mp3 included! You can submit stuff too, if you want to.