Stuart Turner and the Flat Earth Society are a band that defy categorisation; there’s obviously a strong foot-stomping Delta-blues core but the music is wildly eclectic and very definitely unique. […]
The Dredgermen – Photo by Joe Collins This week sees the release of Man Overboard, the debut EP by The Dredgermen, a folk act in the contemporary mould that lives […]
Punching Swans – Greg Webster (guitar and vocals), Joe Wise (bass and vocals) and Pablo Paganotto (drums) – have just released their second album “Mollusc” through Skingasm Records, which has […]
Think festivals: think mud, insanitary toilets and over-priced, warm lager. Think Homespun: think mud-less, indoor plumbing and reasonably priced, locally sourced bitters and ciders. But you see, Homespun isn’t just […]
Hello. My name is Phil. I’m the one sweeping up and turning the lights out on a thing called Medway Eyes, a sort of collective, but definitely an ideal that […]
Back in early April 2008 I was at a Riverside Live event in Chatham. It was inbetween bands, and a record came on over the PA that made me go […]
When is a music festival not a music festival? And why is a council that made a commitment to support local creative talent suffocating it?