30 days, 30 bands – #10 Captives on the Carousel

What is it with Folk being intrinsic to the British evergreens, moors, and peaks? Is it the water quality? Is it the splendour of nature? Or is it the mysticism it emanates from the humid moss, the fungi eating away the rocks or the overcast skies? Bad folk can drive you insane. Bland folk is a litmus test of terrible coffee shops. Good folk, though, … Continue reading 30 days, 30 bands – #10 Captives on the Carousel

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30 Days, 30 Bands – #6 The Legend of 7 Black Tentacles

In the last few entries, I’ve mentioned bands that are “normal”, as flexible as that adjective can be. But you can stretch the definition of “normal” for so long until it snaps into 7 amorphous pieces… It’s a cold day in February and I’m freezing my arse off. Bramall Lane stadium is looking over us, lonely humans sitting inside The Audacious Art Experiment. I’m interviewing … Continue reading 30 Days, 30 Bands – #6 The Legend of 7 Black Tentacles

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Jim Ghedi “Satori” album launch, 5.4.13 Bank Street Arts Sheffield.

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A digital projection (Jade Crowe) Live improvisational painting (Keith How, Sampa Mulenga, Edith Rothwell) and Jim Ghedi’s band constructed a multi media happening to celebrate the release of the Satori album. Continue reading “Jim Ghedi “Satori” album launch, 5.4.13 Bank Street Arts Sheffield.”