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Five Things We Liked This Week - 02/10/2015

5. The Campaign Against Broken Heeds

Bolton-based enigma Johny Nocash sums his career up, in his own unique style as, “three decades, four bands, no hits”. 767 more words

Gabrielle Aplin- All Saints Church Kingston

Despite being just 22, Gabrielle Aplin, has a maturity in her voice that is way beyond her years. Her voice is melodious, ethereal and pure like the sound of a clear bell that sounds just as powerful off Mike. 468 more words

Wolf Alice // in-store at Banquet Records. 2 July 15

Wolf Alice’s debut album “My Love is Cool” has taken the indie rock and post-grunge scene by storm. The four piece originating from North London played a quick acoustic show at Banquet Records in Kingston just a few hours before their headline show at the Hippodrome. 105 more words

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I fucking love Record Store Day

I figured I’d start this article/rant/whatever with a bold statement. I really do fucking love Record Store Day and I’m sick of seeing a constant stream of negative articles about it. 1,454 more words



Hearing that Only Real (Niall Galvin) was playing a minimalist in-store gig inside Kingston’s pint-sized Banquet Records, the day after releasing his brilliantly breezy debut LP  452 more words


You old bag! #1

I’ve been carrying my golden age hip hop around in this old carrier bag from Beggars Banquet. It’s from around the late eighties. Classic gold on bin liner style black plastic. 76 more words

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To Kill a King, All Saints Church, Kingston, for Banquet Records

To Kill a King have featured fairly heavily on the oROJOo blog of late, and you would think there might not be much left to say. 416 more words