Rarely does a band arrive on the scene as fully formed as genre bending Brooklyn based duo Savoir Adore. However the band apparently came about completely by accident when multi instrumental friends Paul Hammer and Deidre Muro challenged each other to write music purely for fun. With their debut album “In the Wooded Forest” they have perfectly captured that free spirited sense of adventure, spontaneity and fun combining a vibrant and eclectic mix of songs and styles that aren’t confined by genre or constrained by pretension.
Hello there ! We have just arrived back from our holiday in Italy, seemingly ten stone heavier than when we left dear old England. Having no internet access for a week has clearly contributed to this unprecedented weight gain and so we have entered the BT Digital Music awards, as the excitement alone will speed... Continue Reading →
Fight Like Apes, Hermes, Sleigh Bells, The King Blues, Dawn Kinnard, The Like, Teeth, The Concretes, Florrie and Pop Will Eat Itself __________________________________________________________________________________ FIGHT LIKE APES -New Album May Kay and the boys are back and 'Hoo Ha Henry,' is the new single from Fight Like Apes' forthcomimg album , the wonderfully named 'The Body... Continue Reading →
"The Living" by Performance Free Download-"Let's Start" By Peformance When you ask a band or artist to describe their music, many fix you with an imperious stare and trot out something along the lines of “I don’t like to describe my music, I leave that to less talented mortals, you, for example!” Which, let’s be... Continue Reading →
So when is a festival really a festival and when is it just a bunch of bands in a field? Harriet Pittard investigates for the VPME. FIELD DAY – REVIEW - 2010 “Be like the Ant in the Days of Summer” read the cryptic message emblazoned on the banner that stretched across the Eat Your... Continue Reading →
"Kiss Your Lips" By Allo Darlin' The ukulele, it must be said, has never been my favourite musical instrument. This probably stems from a deep rooted childhood aversion to uke playing toothsome Lancastrian comics, a fact which possibly clouded my view of Australian expatriate Elizabeth Morris’s musical venture Allo Darlin’ before I’d even heard a... Continue Reading →