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Songs of Praise, Swindon – My 12 favourite gigs of 2016 – part 1 (by Dave Franklin)

I don’t get to go to many gigs that I am not involved in promoting these days, but whilst I am always present in more of a work than a punter capacity, I still get to watch, work and hang … Continue reading

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Unwelcome Wishes – White Lilac (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

In a week when The UK’s newest and blokey-ist radio station, Radio X, ran a poll revealing that their punters probably stopped listening to music in 1997 and declaring 4 out of 5 of the top songs of all time … Continue reading

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White Lilac at The Locomotive Swindon – 25th July ’15 (reviewed by Geoffrey Head)

Downtown Swindon on a Saturday night and the place is crackling with energy. The lads are wearing their Ralph Lauren polos and their designer jeans and the ladies are wearing, frankly, very little. We’re gathered in The Locomotive for the … Continue reading

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Welcome to the dream world of White Lilac

White Lilac has come a long way in a short space of time, not least musically. With Faye Rogers’s early solo work now a distant yet charming memory, the band that formed in that chapter of the story now help … Continue reading

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New Music of the Day – LIII : The Girl Who Stole the Eiffel Tower – White Lilac

White Lilac have come a long way in a short space of time, not least musically. With  Faye Rogers early solo work now a distant yet pleasant memory, the band that formed around that work now help her head down a … Continue reading

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New Music of The Day – XXVI : Night Visions – White Lilac

In keeping with the D.I.Y ethic of the band, the accompanying video to their first single is a montage of meandering footage but it perfectly matches the ambient and drifting nature of the music. The slowly building atmospherics and intangible … Continue reading

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The Top Three – The most read articles on Dancing About Architecture for January ‘15

Gold Medal Position: Change – Nothing To Lose – L.A. Davis (London, UK) But it is Davis voice than makes this stand apart from other pop prodigy’s. His soulful and gravely tones come as a welcome change (pun intended) from … Continue reading

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Night Visions – White Lilac (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

When you have spent the last two years building up a musical identity, have been well received both by audiences and media and have managed to find a group of musicians to work with who bring exactly what is needed … Continue reading

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5 Acts to Watch for 2015 (by Dave Franklin)

Not much new music has been reviewed this week, due to Christmas socialising, not to mention eating so much cheese that I was physically unable to lift myself off of the chaise lounge for about three days and had to suffer … Continue reading

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