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Posts Tagged ‘Orchestral’

Tide: an interview with Wooden Arms

Be seduced by the intricate chamber trip pop of Norwich band Wooden Arms... playing TONIGHT in London.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Wooden Arm Music Illustration by Alice Jamieson
Wooden Arms by Alice Jamieson.

Mixing lush orchestration with percussive vibes, the Norwich based band Wooden Arms present a haunting debut album with Tide: be prepared to fall in love. Vocalist Alex Carson answered my questions.

Wooden Arms by Sarah Parris
Wooden Arms by Sarah Parris. 'I felt the music was quite dream like so the image is a combination of photographic and illustrative. I like the sound in the sky with the look of woodgrain. Wood and trees just seemed right as I listened to them...'

How did you get together as a band?
We formed rather accidently about 2 years ago, I had been writing some songs on a piano I had recently inherited from a kind neighbour and I was put in touch with a work colleagues sister, Jess… read more

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Lug Von Siga: London Fashion Week A/W 2013 Catwalk Review

Lug Von Siga offers a blend of metallics, monochrome and plum in her A/W 2013 LFW show held in the Fashion Scout venue on Friday 15th February

Written by Jessica Cook

Lug Von Siga LFW A/W 2013 by Louise Smith At first I stand, then I kneel, and by the time the show starts, I’m sitting on the floor. Hardly the […]

Hjaltalín – Interview

Yet another brilliant band from Iceland, this time the wonderfully orchestral Hjaltalín

Written by Ian Steadman

Claire Roberts The central premise of Silent City, treat the group comprised of artists Emily Whitebread, Cara Nahaul and Sally Mumby-Croft, whose first exhibition has just opened in Brick Lane, […]

Petter & the Pix – Interview

A quick chat with the leader of Petter & the Pix,, a talented genre-skipper from that rocky island in the Atlantic known as Iceland

Written by Ian Steadman

Last week I had the pleasure of reviewing Petter & the Pix‘s second album, prostate Good As Gold, pilule an eclectic bundle of folk and rock that never sits still […]