EP review: Campbell Sibthorpe – Ytown

I think there’s a general structure you’re supposed to stick to when writing these things. From what I gather, you start with a little bit of information that tells the reader something about the artist and maybe mention what they’ve done before, and then you gradually ease into an opinion on the thing that you’reContinue reading “EP review: Campbell Sibthorpe – Ytown”

Album review: The Equatorial Group – Falling Sands

When I started this blog, what I really wanted to do was find some great music that I never otherwise would have come across. It’s only been a few days since the first post was published – and already I’m excited to have been pointed in the direction of Sussex five-piece The Equatorial Group andContinue reading “Album review: The Equatorial Group – Falling Sands”

A conversation with MG Boulter

I can’t remember exactly when or where I first came across the music of the Essex-based singer-songwriter MG Boulter, but it must be getting close to a decade ago during some ill-fated attempt at a night out in Southend on Sea. I was never very good at nights out – but that’s a long, mildlyContinue reading “A conversation with MG Boulter”

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