Friday for me will be Tom Holliston + Simon Wells in Anseo. Excitement is building up in Hope Towers for this. Simon was in Snuff and Tom was in Nomeansno- what an incredible pedigree. Close your eyes and it might be 1990 all over again. Umack have really pulled a special one for this.
“Don’t doubt yourself that there is a war on empathy”
At some stage this will be a reflection on the journey of the past 7 days without some paranoid thoughts about a virus I knew nothing of 2 years ago. At some stage. But for now it’s existence is at the forefront of most peoples minds as we tiptoe back into what was the familiarity … Continue reading Another week closer to familiarity
A list of this weeks appearances from punk rock, power pop, hip-hop, folk and some strange folk
Billy Bragg writes about freedom, liberty and accountability as we try and figure our way through the mess of the 21st Century
This weeks Hope show is the first part of bands that changed a life seeing them live. Incredible memories from live music
Still suitable for miners Billy Bragg Andrew Collins Ebury publishing He may not have wanted to change the world but he certainly changed many peoples view of it. Billy Bragg has been searching for a New England since picking up a guitar 40 years ago. His lyrics are poetic at times and Collins dissects some … Continue reading Book of the week: Still suitable for miners by Billy Bragg