Roo Panes

Album | Roo Panes – Paperweights

Two years on from Little Giant, Dorset-based Roo Panes returns with his second full-length album Paperweights. Where Roo described his debut as being about “encouragement, about small revelations of great significance”, he says the themes of the new record are…

EP | Roo Panes – Land Of The Living

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There’s something honest about Roo Panes’ music – he manages romanticism without melodrama, sincerity without sentimentality. Indeed Land of the Living’s opener, ‘Glory Days’, where a ukulele is strummed alongside bowed strings, serves as perfect image of what Panes has…

Festivals | Bushstock 2013 Review

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Perhaps being the most discrete and well-behaved festival we have ever attended, Bushstock nestles in cosily amongst London’s bustling Shepherds Bush Green and surrounding chicken shops, pubs and Greek falafell take-aways. In fact it is the reality of the loveliness…

EP | Roo Panes – Weight of the World

There’s plenty could make folks a little wary of Roo Panes’ quick rise over the recent months. Half a million YouTube views is more than impressive, but then it was in large part fuelled by his link-up with a well-known…