Dry The River – Shallow Bed

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“I know it’s got to stop love, but I don’t know how.” So cries Peter Liddle, two minutes into “New Ceremony”.It’s a single moment that encapsulates the magic of Shallow Bed. Lyrics that… Continue reading

Jacko Hooper – From Home EP + Interview

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You may or may not remember Jacko Hooper from some of our earlier posts. Specifically, his wonderful acoustic sessions we filmed out in the woods not too long ago, and as lovely as… Continue reading

Picture Book

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A spot of sun-tinged musical nostalgia for you today. That’s if a track a year old qualifies for nostalgia? “Sunshine” first cropped up last spring, or maybe even before that. It’s just so… Continue reading

The Kabeedies @ The Hope

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There’s a lot of emphasis on intensity and passion in music. Quite understandably too, the ability to convey emotions through sound is ingrained in society and those that can convey it better than… Continue reading

Something For The Weekend – Dusky

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Hi there, London based duo Dusky have me eagerly awaiting the release of their latest EP ‘Flo Jam’. My favorite track of it so far being the deep and bouncy  ‘Everyday’, scattered with… Continue reading

Soulmates Never Die

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The number of ‘likes’ something has on Facebook is usually a good benchmark for how much exposure the act has received. Of course there are lots of artists for which this isn’t true,… Continue reading

Kyla La Grange @ The Hope

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Communion nights are always such fun. Gig nights are a dime a dozen, but consistently good ones are far rarer. Communion which as you probably know was now was cofounded by Mumford &… Continue reading

Man Made

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I’ve always been a bit suspicious of people that wear gold jackets. Well I haven’t really, but if I had given it any thought at all, that’s almost certainly the conclusion I would’ve… Continue reading

Wake Owl

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“We are a folk band from Vancouver”. Or so reads Wake Owl’s facebook page. Their bandcamp tells a different story. All songs are written and performed by Colyn Cameron, with help from a… Continue reading

King Charles Update

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As you’ve probably guessed by now we’re pretty big fans of King Charles. We aren’t sure whether that’s due to the refreshing songwriting, characteristic voice or unique look. Most probably it’s a combination… Continue reading

HMCMB Sessions :: Jacko Hooper

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So, more sessions for you! Jacko Hooper’s a local singer/songwriter we first had the pleasure of hearing when he supported ‘supergroup’ Young Legionnaire with his act Kai (oddly, we knew a good friend… Continue reading

Siren

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I’ve always wished I could skateboard or BMX or something. I’ve managed to stay on the outskirts of the sports, and do a hefty amount of mountain biking, but to be quite honest… Continue reading