Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The Royal Exchange

Celebrated for their unique take on classic texts, the Lyric Hammersmith and Filter Theatre Productions bring to the Royal Exchange Theatre a deconstruction of A Midsummer Night’s Dream that will leave you gobsmacked. All I could think to say as … Continue reading

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Independent Music Stores; Clampdown Records Q&A

First you have mega-music retailers – Have they got it? Is it on special offer? Can I get out quickly? You have downloads – Check my emails, see who’s tweeting, download that album.  Then you have proper independent music shops. … Continue reading

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Last Harbour ‘Your heart, it carries the sound’ or their sound, it carries the heart!

For a group whose music seems to sit entirely outside of time, it is interesting to know that when recording their new album Your heart, it carries the sound, Last Harbour  “wanted the album to come from somewhere, to be … Continue reading

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