Monthly Archives: November 2017

Frank Cottrell-Boyce: Wowed by the Wonder in Blue Planet 2

There is very little television to bring the nation together anymore. We access the news whenever we want, and even the water-cooler culture of reality TV has its separate tribes. But if there is anything to galvanise the nation’s front … Continue reading

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Wildwood Kin – Turning Tides

(Silvertone / Sony) While a female family trio that features flowing, flawless harmonies might suggest Haim, this band is completely different. Wildwood Kin are less poppy and more atmospheric. Opener “The Author” would have slotted seamlessly onto a Note for … Continue reading

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