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Live: Sparrow & the Workshop @ Wimbledon Watershed

Each musician in Sparrow & the Workshop brings their own musical ingredient. Frontwoman and acoustic guitarist Jill O’Sullivan’s country vocals are cuttingly pure — but more haunting banshee than soothing angel. Gregor Donaldson is a phenomenal drummer, his dexterity is sometimes astonishing. As well as that he’s that most elusive of things, a singing percussionist, whose warm Scottish baritone adds harmonic depth to Jill’s vocals. Guitarist and bassist Nick Packer scuzzes things up nicely with a layer of distortion and noise.

Blog: Second Allotment podcast is go!

We’ve recorded the second Allotment podcast, which features live performances from Alessi’s Ark, Caitlin Rose, Tristram and Joe Innes. As well as a bit of chat about The Allotment and FFS. We don’t claim to be podcast-making experts by any…


We’re very excited to have Tristram playing at The Allotment on 1st December (along with Caitlin Rose and Joe Innes – click on those links to stream their latest releases in full FREE – I love Bandcamp!). Tristram’s just back…

On the blog: Mumford and Sons, Olly the Octopus, Coco Lovers, Tristram, The Shins

Tristram’s video by Anika in London… Why some bands should CHEER UP… Rediscovering Mumford and Sons… Olly the Octopus is calling hippies to arms this Christmas… We pledge to review one new artist a day… Coco Lovers warm up a winter evening… A Bluegrass Tribute to the Shins lights up our lives… Maryland play Balcony TV

FFS Schmercury shortlist announced. Get voting!

It’s been a tough weekend here at FFS HQ, but through bitterly fought arguments, desperate whittling down and some pretty poor attempts at using maths to help us choose, the FFS Schmercury shortlist for 2009 is ready for your listening pleasure.


Maryland is Joe Innes from London or thereabouts. He is selling DIY presses of his first album through his myspace. They say: \\”Owing to the use of eventful passages in classic literature and the last song played by the house…