Not Just Folk 1

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Listed in no particular order, catching up with some we missed during 2015 and local talent currently on our radar.

Sometime since we last caught Behind The Settee playing live (perhaps Draycote Water) ‘Red Handed’ from their CD ‘Shrinking Violet’.

Teen Anya Lang, fine live set in Jubilee Gardens during First Thursday & Love Rugby Town 2015 campaign to encourage late night shoppers into Rugby town centre. ‘Cry On Your Shoulder Again’ taken from debut ep available since December 2015.

Lew Bear and Robert Barnett, filmed during 2015 while recording album ‘A Time And A Place’ (Lew Bear & Friends) just admire the lush guitar.

Tim Brophy, ‘The Sun’ appears on Old Hotel Records Vol 1, live sessions at home of Kenneth J Nash.

Another currently at University, between his studies Matt Good releases regular amusing video updates on life, new cover songs (Wheatus and Weezer fans will delight) and this from a collection of originals.

Neighbouring Coventry (our hometown too) punk/power pop from The Prophets.

The Bad Flowers, 26th February opportunity to see them play locally again. Strip Club promotes regular gigs at The Rugby West Indian Club.

Another live favourite, Go Primitive last seen at The Vault debuting EP ‘Blueprint’. ‘100 Ways’ the current EP includes ‘Breathe In, Bleed Out’.

The Anteloids, hard to define single genre for these guys as they encompass Blues, Folk and Psychedelia. Intrigued by their Lo-fi & indie sound during December 2015 we collected their entire CD catalog.

Much awaited debut EP coming soon for garage outfit, led by Pete Plumbley, Hanzo.

Inklings too of coming release by Charlie Mucklow and injury repaired hopefully Dinesh Fernando. Anyone we’ve missed, our apologies send us a message.

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