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Sun To My Moon –  Lucy Kitchen (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

In a musical world that seems ever more dictated by fad and fashion, driven by bluster and bombast, concerned with big statements and immediate responses, it is reassuring to know that there are still artists unaffected by such concerns. Lucy … Continue reading

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Lucy Kitchen at The Roaring Donkey, Swindon

After a few articles that wandered between valedictory pieces, state of the nation addresses and barely contained rants, I thought I should write a more conventional piece for two reasons. Firstly, I probably need to calm down a bit and … Continue reading

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New Music of The Day – XXVII : 3 A.M. – Nick Tann

Likened to a mixture of John Mayer and Counting Crows with generous helping of John Martyn and Elvis Costello with a Jeff Buckley chaser, Nick is certainly starting to make an impact. Tom Robinson said “I love your work , … Continue reading

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