Slip Of The Tongue: Imelda May Announces First Poetry EP – First Single ‘Home’ Out Today

Imelda May today announces the release of her first poetry EP, ‘Slip Of The Tongue’, out on 29th May on Decca Records. The first single ‘Home’ is available today, with one poem then released every week leading up to the nine-track EP.

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Ban Hatton’s ‘Over Too Easy’ Is Sheer Poetry

Ban Hatton is an alternative country singer-songwriter, based in Richmond, Virginia. His sound is at once friendly, pleasant, and approachable; a combination of both his vocal style and his instrumentation. The overall effect is music that feels like a warm, welcoming hug.

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Janis Ian - Photo credit: Lloyd Baggs

Janis Ian Talks To Us About Music, Science Fiction, And Godzilla Ahead Of Release Of Remastered Albums And Cambridge Folk Festival Performance

They say never meet your heroes. I’m not so sure about that. Lisa talked to one of her teenage inspirations, Janis Ian, ahead of the re-release of 5 of her classic albums, and her performance at the Cambridge Folk Fest this summer.

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Anthony Maragni Releases New Single ‘Lost Faith’ From Album ‘Obliteration City’

Anthony Maragni released his album ‘Obliteration City’ only a few months ago, but already the attention is being drawn to his single, ‘Lost Faith’, which Anthony cites as being influenced by a mix of genres, but in particular, jazz and rock.

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Review: Nahko – ‘My Name Is Bear’

Nahko is best known as the front man for the world music collective, Medicine For The People. His first solo work, ‘My Name Is Bear’ is in essence a prequel to his work with the People, and comprises 16 tracks of music and “interludes”, mostly written between the ages of 18 and 21, with some a little later. The interludes are actual unedited tape recordings of his raw thoughts. The end result is a pleasing insight into the mind of a very thoughtful and wise man.

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Tyson Amir “Between Huey and Malcolm” from Black Boy Poems

Born and bred in the Bay Area, Tyson Amir is more than just an accomplished musician – he’s also an author, educator, community organiser, and freedom fighter. His latest album, ‘Purpose’, earned the artist two top 5 singles, as well as critical acclaim from several major hip hop publications.

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Alexandra Gyasi Combines Love of Poetry and Music With ‘Wedding Ring’

Born in Peterborough, England, of Hungarian and West African descent, Alexandra Gyasi grew up with a strong interest in the arts, with a love of theatres, dance, film and music. She’s released her newest single, ‘Wedding Ring’, available as a free download.

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Interview with Brigitte Aphrodite

Pat talks to Brigitte Aphrodite about her music, her poetry, theatre, depression, and being Creshendorious.

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