Tag : Jake Leigh-Howarth

In The Middle with Anathema 

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Love and beauty are two very important concepts genuinely dear to Anathema – just listen to their latest record Distant Satellites if you want proof. But you could say this of most bands and artists nowadays, though there seems to be no end to the amount of artists today who … Read More

The Vinyl Frontier

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Jake Leigh-Howarth explains why for him, vinyl is the superior music format. What do vinyl records mean to you? Are they a symbol of a bygone era dwarfed by the pragmatism of the MP3 file and upheld only by the dogmatic luddite? Or is it a medium that helps to … Read More

Lower Than Atlantis @ The Key Club 08/10

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In a packed Key Club, Lower Than Atlantis take to the stage to deliver an exclusive secret set. They’re rock stars; yet their demeanour suggests otherwise. Frontman Mike Duce is charming throughout the night and coolly exhibits a rare honesty in his gratitude for fan support. At one point Duce … Read More

Music | In The Middle review Famy’s ‘We Fam Econo’

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The debut album from indie folk rockers ‘Famy’ illustrates a strong variation of styles, moods, and song structure through a multi-layered miasma of gorgeous synths, vibrant layers of guitar, and echo-drenched vocals. There is a tribal element to the record with its combination of drum and bass like on the … Read More