The Sugarhill gang took just about ten seconds to persuade Amber-Ruth Watson that they've still got what it takes after forty years in the business.
"As the band says, 'True soul music knows no bounds.'" Amber-Ruth Watson reviews 30/70 at The Lanes.
They even sang the song from which the term 'hip-hop' was coined. Now The Sugarhill Gang head to The Fleece. Amber-Ruth Watson previews.
I love farms. I love festivals. Throw them together in a luscious, not-so-far-away Somerset field and what do you get? The bubbling gathering that...
"Rolling indie-pop rhythms floating through lashings of glistening guitar riffs." Amber-Ruth Watson reviews Rosehip Teahouse at The Louisiana.
"An artist and creator who puts her entire being into her work." Amber-Ruth Watson reviews the launch of the new album by Stanlæy.
"Don’t we just love it when we find a new gem at the beginning of their journey?" Amber-Ruth Watson previews Rosehip Teahouse at The Louisiana.
"Taking us on his journey as a music fan, he commented on the similarities we all share." Amber-Ruth Watson and Lee Ramsey review Steve Lamacq at Exchange.
Stanlæy launches her album on Tuesday night. Amber-Ruth Watson looks forward to going to The Wardrobe (or should that be 'through'?) to see her.
Oddisee "reinstated my faith in people and our ability to fight the good fight," says Amber-Ruth Watson. Photos by Kristina Kimlickova.