We’re over the moon to report that this year’s Songlines Best Group award goes to Ayom having released their debut album to great fanfare last November.
Locked away in our cabins, thankfully without fever, we are enjoying two activities the most. Listening to music (a lot of old music, bringing back the memories) as well as cooking and baking. We thought it rather a good idea … Continued
Endangered birds, electronic music producers and Shika Shika Records find themselves sharing space for the second time as part of the latest installment of ‘A Guide to Birdsong’, this time focused on Mexico, Central America & The Caribbean. Thanks to … Continued
As a media relations and PR company, Ballantyne Communications know your privacy is very important to you and that it is your right to control your personal information. We know that providing personal, work and contact details is an act … Continued
Ahead of his Jazz Cafe show in London, we wanted to know what was currently on the mind of Brazilian hip hop maverick Gabriel o Pensador AKA The Thinker. He kindly waxed lyrical about everything from football, his home … Continued
J.P. is a refugee who’s been living in London since the early 2000s. He sings of love and loss, hope and fear delivered with a conviction that comes from the extraordinary experiences life has thrown at him. A descendant of … Continued
Birmingham’s BE FESTIVAL takes place every summer for a week long shindig and in its nine years has become a respected and reputed UK home for European theatre, dance and circus and often beautiful, hilarious and downright bizarre variations of … Continued
When McCoy Tyner, original member and pianist of John Coltrane’s historic quartet, was asked about his former bandleader, Tyner likened him to a Messenger of God. Coltrane proved “God still speaks to man…the music really speaks more than any … Continued