Interview: Robert Vincent at The Cambridge Folk Festival

Interview: Robert Vincent at The Cambridge Folk Festival

With a soulful, smooth, southern touch that is deep and knowing, Robert Vincent simply captivates.  He is at once laid back in his delivery yet eager and urgent at times.  In his return to the Cambridge Folk Festival this year, seeing him progress in favour and adoration, it conveys the growing understanding of the talented, able song-writer and musician that he is.  It is an easy task to fall for him bit by bit every…

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Interview: A. K. Patterson at The Cambridge Folk Festival

Interview:  A. K. Patterson at The Cambridge Folk Festival

There is a palpable, dramatic symmetry with this artist, A.K. Patterson, and along with her accompanying musicians and band members, Nat and Alfie, they lean towards being the thinking music listener’s darling.  But, their sound I believe is universal in that it is so thoughtful and moving, touching on everyone’s humanity actually.  At the recent Cambridge Folk Festival set they performed, we got a wholly impressive view of how deep their talent runs.   You…

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Interview: Punk Floyd at The Cambridge Folk Festival

Interview:  Punk Floyd at The Cambridge Folk Festival

Simply put, Punk Floyd is a psychedelic folk journey of appreciation through Floyd’s music.  It creates a subdued, but still able party vibe of fun while being respectful to the structure of the music.  The band Punk Floyd is without a doubt technically sound with clever harmonies and upper registers that are relaxed and somewhat heartfelt actually.  There is no muscularity here, it is all tempered and is an act of transformation while they pay…

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Interview: The Pierce Brothers at The Cambridge Folk Festival

Interview:  The Pierce Brothers at The Cambridge Folk Festival

With an unconventional and almost defiant approach to making sound and using everything they can throw at it, The Pierce Brothers create a near marching yet heartfelt litany of music that creates a whole world for you to step into. There set at the Cambridge Folk Festival last weekend was the sleeper surprise and not one person who was there for it left in any way disappointed. Sitting and chatting with them, their energy and…

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7he 7ouch set to release new EP Seventyseven in October

7he 7ouch set to release new EP Seventyseven in October

Emerging rock band 7he 7ouch (pronounced with a ‘T’ btw) have announced their upcoming debut EP Seventyseven, due on October 29th and set to pack a punch. If the fierceness of their summer single Solution is anything to go by, the new EP promises red hot energy propelled by a well-known frustration at the current political climate and the ideological tensions across the globe. Hailing from different parts of the world, the boys have transformed…

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M.R.J Releases Highly Anticipated New Single ‘Mad Love’

M.R.J Releases Highly Anticipated New Single ‘Mad Love’

London based pop artist, M.R.J, has released his new single ‘Mad Love’ and it’s a track full of summer vibes and top notch production, destined for success. M.R.J is an exciting pop artist and songwriter from London, UK with a fresh sound and exceptional talent for writing music with chart potential. His previous releases have racked up well over 100k streams on Spotify and have attracted plenty of attention from the likes of BBC Introducing…

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George Harrison guitar could fetch £400k at auction

George Harrison guitar could fetch £400k at auction

George Harrison’s rare Maton Master Sound MS-500guitar, which he played and was photographed with at The Beatles’ final Cavern gig in 1963, is expected to fetch between 300,000 pounds and 400,000 pounds at an auction in Wiltshire next month. Harrison played the Australian-made guitar during the summer of 1963 while his regular guitar was being repaired, but then he was so taken with it that he continued to use it for more performances. After Harrison…

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Interview with Cambridge Folk Festival Organiser, Neil Jones

Interview with Cambridge Folk Festival Organiser, Neil Jones

Neil Jones, who has been apart of the iconic Cambridge Folk Festival for the last 18 years, took some time to chat with us during this, the weekend of the festival, to discuss the origins of the festival, its ethos, creating the line up and why folk music is so dear to so many.   The Cambridge Folk Festival is a historic one, one that generations have been coming to and still are, why do…

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Chloë Foy Releases Ethereal New Single ‘Asylum’

Chloë Foy Releases Ethereal New Single ‘Asylum’

Gloucester-born Singer-songwriter, Chloë Foy, has released her highly anticipated new single ‘Asylum’ and it is everything fans would envisage from the immensely talented songstress. Chloë Foy’s music is best described as melodic, home-grown pop. It’s full of delicate textures and carefully constructed arrangements, which perfectly compliment her lyrical talent and stunning voice. Having already seen great success with previous releases, including radio play from Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio 6 Music…

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Young Waters share video for new single “Swimming Pool”

Young Waters share video for new single “Swimming Pool”

Young Waters’ twisted neo-folk is a tapestry of emotionally powerful vocals, stirring harmonies, lyrical and open strings and finely mastered acoustic guitar. Their exhilarating rhythms and intricate melodies create such a canvas that they work from, coupled with a repertoire that combines startling original material with unique, talented arrangements of traditional and authentic folk songs, makes for a captivating stage presence. This young band is set to make a big impact in 2018 so not…

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