Tag Archives: reggae

Interview: Clinton Fearon (March 2017)

Interview: Clinton Fearon (March 2017)

In a world of “acceptable musical nihilism”, Clinton Fearon is a citizen-musician, in the ideal sense of the word. He produces music that goes beyond expressing the sun, mountains, rooms, etc, associated with his native Jamaica (he now lives in Washington State), and instead is a troubadour, open to the...
Review: Flavia Coelho @ Omeara (London, 21st March 2017)

Review: Flavia Coelho @ Omeara (London, 21st March 2017)

Are you looking for an anthology of Brazilian music? Don’t try to find it on Amazon or at your nearby record shop… buy a ticket for the next Flavia Coelho gig instead. Because the Brazilianidade oozes from every pore of the carioca singer/songwriter. At Omeara, accompanied by two remarkable music...
Interview: Soom T (November 2016)

Interview: Soom T (November 2016)

Highlight of the 2016 edition of the London International Arts Festival (LIAF), and one of the most popular and expressive MCs of the UK music scene, Soom T recently brought her urban sound, provocative lyrics, resolute character and Indian background to London’s Rich Mix, for an incendiary gig. We had...
Preview: Dawn Penn @ The Magic Garden (London, 17th February 2017)

Preview: Dawn Penn @ The Magic Garden (London, 17th February 2017)

Anybody who has ever felt the joy of being immersed in a live rocksteady reggae gig is urged to get themselves down to the wonderfully eclectic Magic Garden Pub, in Battersea, on February 17th. Often described as a “festival in a pub”, The Magic Garden seems like an excellent choice...