Album Review: Funke and the Two Tone Baby – Denizen

Funke and the Two Tone Baby is the musical mind child of one Dan Turnbull, a man for whom the term ‘energetic’ would be a grave insult and a woeful misjustice. Turnbull has the kind of raw and violent energy that comes from the collision of tectonic plates and within his new album Denizen he tames this wild energy and whips it into a frenzied whirlpool of sound that has become his greatest work to date.

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Album Review: All the Luck in the World – A Blind Arcade

Irish alt-folk band All the Luck in the World release their second album ‘A Blind Arcade’ on 23rd February, and it is a superbly nimble, giddy and fluttering piece of work. As a band that have notched up in excess of 10 million streams on Spotify, there’s a swell of anticipation among fans waiting for this album.

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Boomtown announces 200+ artists in first full headline release for Chapter 10

Hot off the heels of the official Chapter 10 trailer, Boomtown have just released the full headliners announcement for their 10th Chapter celebrations! Held over the 9th – 12th August at the Matterley Estate, Hampshire, the live acts topping the bill as well as the sheer scope of musical genres on offer, perfectly sum up the evolution of the 60,000 capacity, multifaceted music and theatrical event over the past decade.

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You Are Wolf shares video for new single “As Sylvie Was Walking” taken from the new album “KELD” released March 23

You Are Wolf is the alt-folk project of award-winning composer and vocalist Kerry Andrew. Releasing her second album KELD in March, the album includes traditional songs about waterfall banshees, killer female water sprites, drowning boys and powerful witches. Original songs are inspired by wild swimming, vengeful rivers, nymphs and naiads, and even an Anglo-Saxon charm.

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