Alan McGee, the boisterous co-founder and boss of one of the most significant music labels in British rock history, Creation Records, is touring the UK with ‘An Evening with Alan McGee’. McGee has experienced many successes, not only as a record label owner (he is responsible for the signing of bands such as Oasis, Primal...
“From Kingston, Jamaica – we call him Toots. The man who gave us the word reggae with a song called “Do The Reggay” way back, and if you hang out with someone really ugly you can say “You huggin’ up the big Monkey Man”
"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."
"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."
Jack: We’re just waiting every day, checking our emails to see when we get something back.
Ben: Just waiting for it to blow our ball sacks off.
"Don’t write down 'cool' or 'hip'."
"It’s easy to forget the comfort of a familiar melody or lyric, something that reminds you of time passed, a former self or old friends. For most, The Kid Kapichi’s music is a refreshing call home, to a place of warmth, to Hastings."
"We believe that the act of listening is a gracious and generous act. If you truly listen to someone telling their own story, then you’re letting them know that their story matters and that they matter.”