So much news, so few typing fingers! OK, Exhibition. Exhibition is the name of our 2018 'open' compilation. There are three strands to the compilation, Red, Green and Blue: Red is the most experimental and challenging, Green is predominantly instrumental or ambient, and Blue is rock, post-rock, pop, electronica and so on. We're accepting entries …
What a lovely review from Rocking Magpie. Now, you heard the man, buy the CD (so I can get back in the dining room).
Well Crafted and Quintessential English Pop/Folk Crossover At It’s Finest.
I have to hold my hands up here because Crayon Angels not just appealed to my vanity when they got in touch asking if I would review this, their second EP (saying really nice things about RMHQ) but also resorting to ‘payolla’ by including a cool badge with the CD …..and I do like a badge!
In fairness that only goes so far with me; as my time is far too precious to waste on music I don’t like; so it was a lovely surprise to hear opening track The Last Leaf sounding uncannily like mid-period Beautiful South; with singer Natalia Castiglioni’s warmly absorbing voice winning my heart in an instant on a quirky love song.
As they say themselves this trio from the Essex Hinterlands are very difficult to pin down; as they are…
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More news than we can shake a stick at this week, and we've shaken sticks with the best of them. Main news - as alluded to in previous posts - is the arrival of a new artist on our roster, t.r. hand, whose new album 'Folke Meditation' will be released in February. Due to withdrawal …