NEWS: Roxanne de Bastion’s new single ‘Run’ out on 17th November and forthcoming album ‘Heirlooms & Hearsay’ out in 2017
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NEWS: Roxanne de Bastion’s new single ‘Run’ out on 17th November and forthcoming album ‘Heirlooms & Hearsay’ out in 2017

by Francesca Nottola For those of you who do not know Roxanne de Bastion yet, let me briefly introduce her to you. De Bastion is an eclectic singer and songwriter from Berlin, based in London since 2007. A favourite of BBC Radio6, BBC Introducing and XFM, she performed on the Glastonbury acoustic stage in 2016 and … Continue reading

DAL VIVO: Ezra Furman and The Boy-Friends, Circolo Magnolia, Milano 6.11.2016
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DAL VIVO: Ezra Furman and The Boy-Friends, Circolo Magnolia, Milano 6.11.2016

di Francesca Nottola In molti impazziscono per Ezra Furman non appena lo vedono e lo ascoltano, e in molti affermano che è ‘il futuro del rock’n’roll’, anche se è difficile stabilire cosa significhi ‘rock’n’roll’ nel 2016 e se il rock’n’roll, in senso stretto, ha un futuro. Quasi tutti gli articoli su Ezra Furman si soffermano … Continue reading

LIVE: Ezra Furman and the Boy-Friends, The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge 25.08.2016
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LIVE: Ezra Furman and the Boy-Friends, The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge 25.08.2016

By Francesca Nottola Ezra Furman’s life has changed quite a bit since The Guardian’s Michael Hann decided in 2013 to let the world know that Ezra’s second solo album Day Of The Dog deserved 5 stars out of 5 and in 2015 he defined him ‘the most compelling act you can see right now’ . … Continue reading

LIVE: Beck + Nile Rodgers and CHIC, FOLD Festival, Fulham Palace, London 25/06/2016
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LIVE: Beck + Nile Rodgers and CHIC, FOLD Festival, Fulham Palace, London 25/06/2016

Review and photos by Stefania Ianne A gloomy day in a gloomy summer. The British music scene has moved to Glastonbury for the muddiest festival in history. The rest of London is depressed, following the outcome of the referendum that has decreed the British exit from the European Union. But there is still room for … Continue reading