“It’s a tough one – we can still write what we’re happy with away from home but maybe growing up there influenced us enough; it’s kind of pre-meditated.” Continue reading INTERVIEW: Hockey Dad
I was a pretty fussy eater for most of my life. When I was 9, I had been coerced into attending a dinner with my grandparents at a friend’s house, and after being faced with the hefty, impossible challenge of forcing a lumpy potato soup down my throat all promise that the night had held was slowly evaporating. It wasn’t until I was met with the … Continue reading Dead Easy Banoffee Pie
Series three of Peaky Blinders left us to witness possibly the most shocking and intense betrayal of the Shelby family by none other than our favourite cunning patriarch, Tommy Shelby, who sent Arthur, John, Polly and Michael down for their crimes. Despite this, the opening episode of series four took no prisoners, reviving the world of 1920’s Birmingham and immersing the audience back into the … Continue reading REVIEW: Peaky Blinders “The Noose” plus Q&A with director David Caffrey.
“Sunday at Boardmasters was not the day of rest but rather the day of reckoning…” Continue reading REVIEW: Boardmasters Festival
“…you wouldn’t think you’d have to avoid a black eye at a Maxïmo Park gig, but jaunty elbows are a serious hazard.” Continue reading REVIEW: Maxïmo Park – De La Warr Pavilion
“The Eggtooth Project, a Hastings-based social enterprise that works with young people and families, is the organisation working alongside the Hastings Pier Charity for this year’s Zooquarium Festival.” Continue reading The Eggtooth Project: Hatching Potential
“Someone/Anyone’s lyrics are not sugar-coated but they’re never harsh, and their fans vary from those ready to dance to those intensely tuned into their sound.” Continue reading REVIEW: Someone Anyone Single Release
“Don’t write down ‘cool’ or ‘hip’.” Continue reading INTERVIEW: Someone Anyone