‘Adventurous, authentic, deep’ | Interview with Point B
For most people, a freight train horn is merely background noise. For Point B, it becomes an idea that is twisted and reshaped into an ominous electronic composition.
‘Powerful, Poetic, Cinematic’ | Interview with Benjamin Charles
A collection of genuinely honest songs characterized by exceptional songwriting, heartfelt melodies, and filled with melancholia arrangements.
‘Hazy, Entrancing & Suspenseful ‘ | Interview with SINTHFYLE
Delve into the abyss of dark sound as SINTHFYLE takes you on a haunting journey through the depths of a moody, dystopian soundscape.
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Songs for Change.
“Colourful, moody, melancholy” | Interview with Micki-Lee Smith
Can music be used as a medicine?
‘the only way out is (mostly) violent death’ | Interview with “T”
Challenging and heartbreaking.
A Voice | Interview with Factor Eight
“Art in general moves us in profound and unexplainable ways”
Liz Vice – This Land is Your Land (Woody Guthrie Cover) [Review]
it’s more than a song, it’s praxis
Passion | The Lion & Unicorn Theatre [Review]
An intimate and touching performance that delves into the struggles faced by the gay community.
The Menu (2022) [Review]
A colourful dish with subtle notes of irony and an aromatic sauce of feminist fightback.
Wickies: The Vanishing Men of Eilean Mor [Review]
In a sentence, the play was a very careful production that almost gave the feeling of watching a well-crafted film. Definitely a must see anytime of the year.