Away from ThereGoesTheFear.com, I’ve been up to quite a bit in my role as Live Editor at Sound Influx. We’ve had a steady build so far and its looking good for the future. Here’s what I’ve been covering since I abandoned this blog…
Tall Ships Everything Touching Album Review XOYO Live Review
One of the most promising acts in the country have finally released their debut album and I took up the campaign for SI. Their live show goes from strength to strength as their new material filters into the set. Everything’s good in Tall Ships world.
SpringOffensive In Camden Not Drowning But Waving
Somewhere between Gareth from the Office and Jack Steadman, you’ve got the lead singer of Spring Offensive. The band’s slow rise is testament to their continued strong output and hopefully it will continue.
That basically brings everything up to date from TGTF and SI. I’m happy with how things are going and there’s a heck of a lot more on the way.
In other news, new EVERYTHING EVERYTHING!
So the new Dirty Projectors album is out now and I put a few hundred words together and wrote about the band that the folk in Grizzly Bear reckon are unreviewable. Click here or on the artwork to go there.
I went to see Casa De Mi Padre at a film screening a month or so ago ahead of its UK release this week. There was free beer and burritos as well as Mariachis. The film wasn’t bad either and I wrote about it for the 405 film section. Click the image below to take a look at the review and watch the trailer below.