1904201_10152448942784303_512746126869124785_nDry The River have been making a great international impression in the past couple of years with their hardcore post folk aligned with classic songwriting.

Back out on the festival circuit with their second album, Alarms In The Heart, just released they are heading Tadstock – a very special looking eco festival in the Cotswolds on Saturday August 29th at Kencot Hill Farm.

The festival also features Ukey Dukes, King Soloman, Julia Harris and many more.

Tickets are a £25 and available along with details about the event from


Before we all set off for the festival Jon Warren from Dry The River gives us his top 10 favourite albums


1. David Bowie – Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972)

Jon Warren ‘It was the first concept album I ever heard and really opened my eyes to the importance of a song having context, before then I was just a singles kind of kid. ‘Five Years’ is arguably one of the greatest album openers of all time.’


For number 2 in Dry The River’s top 10 favourite albums please go here


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  1. What a shit list. Typical “I’m going to listen to everything and everyone will think that I’m so well rounded.” Michael Jackson, Metalica, Paul Simon, Toto (WTF!), Genesis, etc… Bollocks. Get into the Sea! I’ve never heard of you and I damn well never will now.


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