Jazz is enjoying a new wave of popularity. A gig by Kamasi Washington, the last musician named in Gerald Horne’s Jazz and Justice, attracts big crowds, and […]
We are living in dark, unprecedented times and there are many reasons to feel despondent. I won’t dwell on these here.
This year’s Glastonbury story began with youth leader and grime artist (though I don’t doubt he’d make a good […]
It was International Women’s Day and Liines were doing themselves proud to a big crowd, who quickly warm to this 3 piece from Manchester and for good reason. There’s a non pretentious style & substance to this band, all in […]