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Jenny Lewis: RNCM, Manchester – live review"
Jenny Lewis RNCM, Manchester July 28th 2019 Over a decade on from the demise of Rilo Kiley, and on the back of her finest solo album, Jenny Lewis is finally the confident, dazzling and utterly magnetic performer that those of us who have followed her from the beginning knew she was destined to become. Jenny […]
HIDE: Hell Is Here – Album Review"
Warning – Sharing the album cover image on Facebook may result in a ’24 Hour Ban’ warning… as we at LTW have just discovered. Album Review HIDE – HELL IS HERE (Dais Records) Released August 23rd 2019 CD/DL / LP Confrontational percussive electronica with content examining life’s darkest themes. Reference points: Lydia Lunch, Suicide, Aphex […]
Scarlett Woman – 80’s Model and Muse: Art Exhibition – The Gallery, Liverpool"
‘Scarlett Woman’ – Art Exhibition The Gallery, Liverpool Preview night 26th July 2019 Martin Mathews and Melanie Smith had an invite to the preview of the excellent exhibition ‘Scarlett Woman’ curated by James Lawler and Martin Green who are Duovision. The subject was Scarlett Cannon – 80’s model, muse, teenage club host, the unique face […]
Girl Band – Interviewed: ‘You can’t play our songs on an acoustic guitar, sat on a stool’"
Dublin four piece Girl Band are about to release their second album ‘The Talkies’. Keith Goldhanger meets up with them to find out more about it. July 2019. We begin our conversation with an apology. An apology that the first thing we want to know about Girl Band’s second album is how they made […]
Tramlines Festival 2019: Hillsborough Park – review"
Last weekend Hillsborough Park opened its gates to more than 30, 000 people on each Friday, Saturday and Sunday, as this year’s Tramlines Festival took place. To say this festival grows in both stature and success every year would be an understatement, and this year, on its tenth anniversary, all the stops were pulled out to make the it the greatest outing yet.