Music review: EP One, by Mat Caron – “there’s a weird melancholy joy to...

As an EP this is not my favourite of Mat’s work, but I cannot dispute that EP One offers something so undeniably raw -...

Sophisticated surroundings and classy gin: The De Vere Wokefield Estate

By Sue Roberts There has been an estate at Wokefield since the first house was built in the 1560s for the wealthy Plowden family.  Set in...

Music review: All Ears Avow – Skin and Bones EP

By Ed Dyer OK, answer me this – why aren’t this band huge yet?  For years they have been one of the most accomplished bands in...

Music review: 2 Sick Monkey’s – ‘Into Oblivion’

Words by Ed Dyer The term “Legend” get’s bandied about all too freely these days, but in the case of Wiltshire DIY Punk two-piece outfit...

Review: Blood Brothers – “so much raw emotion”

I didn't get to see Blood Brothers when I was at school - the trip was cancelled for whatever reason. But it was worth...

Music review: The Blinders – “the brave new world we’ve been waiting for”

I’d been waiting for this gig for months - I imagine this is how weird people feel about Christmas. After seeing The Blinders back in...

Music review: Mother – ‘LA’

There’s a seedy feel to LA, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Oxford trio, Mother, will shortly be introducing people to their version of...

Review: The Hound of The Baskervilles – “British comedy at its best”

The Hound of The Baskervilles is probably one of the most well-known and best-loved Sherlock Holmes tales. The latest take on it in Cirencester...

Review: The Hounds of The Baskervilles – “British comedy at its best”

The Hound of The Baskervilles is probably one of the most well-known and best-loved Sherlock Holmes tales. The latest take on it in Cirencester...

Music review: Leon Daye – ‘The Gift’

Leon Daye’s ‘The Gift’ is an interesting one. Although based in Cirencester the album itself exudes American-ness and really affirms its place in the territory...
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