Nathan Ball

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Its no mean feat to silence a crowded bar of revellers, especially when you’re playing moody alt-folk. Yet that’s what Nathan Ball managed to do a couple of weeks ago at Ronnie Scotts Jazz… Continue reading

Billy Lockett

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This post has been a long time coming. We first came across Billy Lockett a couple of years ago. Hold On Hope was released in 2012. It was brilliant. Urgent, raw and full of character.… Continue reading

We’re Back!

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We probably owe you guys an apology. The more observant amongst you will have noticed that the site has been down for a couple of weeks. Upon visiting heymancheckmyband.com you will have been… Continue reading

Songs Of 2014

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Follow this link to check out our thoughts on the Songs Of 2014 (finally… ) http://hmcmb.co.uk/songsof2014.html

Seafret

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With Seafret, the clue is in the name. A name that covers both inspiration and implementation.  These are sea drenched love songs accompanied by delicate guitar. Guitar that the crowd at The Islington… Continue reading

Jack Garratt

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    We first got wind of Jack Garratt whilst checking out the acts we were to see at In The Woods Festival. His charming croons teeter over wobbly bass lines, he’s like… Continue reading

Alice Phoebe Lou

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Along with the many waifs and strays of the European travel circuit, Alice Phoebe Lou found herself in Berlin. She calls herself a street musician with a “social obligation to busk” just in… Continue reading

In The Woods Review 2014

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Follow this link to check out our thoughts on the most stylish festival of the summer circuit! http://www.hmcmb.co.uk/itw2014.html

Amber Run

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Amber Run claim on their facebook page that they are not writing music that sounds like 2014. Regardless of their intentions, that is exactly what they succeed in. On a first listen to… Continue reading

HMCMB Introducing Stage @ Clare May Ball

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Since Will and I have been at Cambridge we’ve had the opportunity to help book acts for a few different events. We are hoping this will be the best one yet. So without further ado,… Continue reading

Daniel James

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  The Bridge is one of those tracks that grabs you immediately. It’s simple but it’s provocative. There a tried and tested framework to it. It bounds up and down, it rises and… Continue reading

Islet

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I feel like now, more than at any point in the last decade, there’s an urge for new artists to have a quirky, interesting self-image before they can get anywhere, and it’s not… Continue reading