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Album: Junkboy – Koyo

For those familiar with Junkboy‘s previous output, Koyo may come as something of a surprise. Although never a completely full-on krautrock machine, Junkboy, aka brothers Mik and Rich Hanscomb, certainly knew how to get into the teutonic groove. On Koyo,…

Live: FFS at Leeds Live

Ali Mason tastes the wonders of Leeds Live for the first time, and describes the experience for FFS’s readers.  Bask in the glow of this wonderful May Bank Holiday weekend. On a bright, sunny, May Day morning, I set out…

Basia Bulat – Interview

After cancelling the first four dates of her tour in Spain and France, due to the ashes of Eyjafjallajokull, the Luminaire (Kilburn, London) was the 1st stop of Basia Bulat’s European Tour, a tour that, after the UK, will take…

Live: FFS @ The Camden Crawl

FFS’s Chris Gent moseyed on down to the Camden Crawl for the May bank holiday weekend.  Here, he provides his impressions of three folk-tastic bands for your esteemed consideration. Kurran and the Wolfnotes @ The Enterprise Kurran and the Wolfnotes…