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New Music Monday - Number Seven - Gabriel Bruce

Gabriel Bruce treads a line somewhere between Leonard Cohen and Boney-M.

We think it’s fair to say that Gabriel Bruce takes himself quite seriously. In his songs he muses on death and sex and the meaning of life and he flails around uncontrollably like a wacky waving inflatable tube man ad gimmick at a used car store (one for you Family Guy fans). 294 more words


Legendary Rock Show celebrates 10th birthday

Last week saw the 10th birthday performances of the now legendary Bedales Rock Show. The show that has helped launch the careers of several notable OBs including… 165 more words

Bedales School

[cover] Gabriel Bruce - White Flag

Maybe a little depressing with the festive season upon us… but, oh well. This is a stunning cover of Dido’s ‘White Flag’. The Londoner is definitely reminiscent of Nick Cave in this track. 7 more words


White Flag.

I’d be lying if I said that, despite stumbling on a very groovy archived Suede site circa ’99 (comic sans galore), the first hour of today didn’t become a lot more bearable with the advent of the return of… 236 more words


Release of Rock Show: The Movie DVD

Bedales Rock Show: The Movie is out on DVD, featuring the best performances from the 2012 and 2013 shows and previously unseen historical footage from past shows, including the first generation of Rock Show superstars: Gabriel Bruce, Jamie Campbell Bower, Leah Mason, Marika Hackman, Tellison and Eliza Doolittle, as well as amazing performances from our newest talents: Delilah Montagu, Rosheen Bond, Georgie Deane, Talia Pick, Lucy Waterhouse, George Eve, Freddy Sheed, Zak Hobbs and Peter Wilson. 122 more words

Bedales School

Sky Ferreira / Scala / 26-06-13

Although watching a girl my age sell out Scala on a Wednesday night brought on a minor life crisis, it wasn’t all bad. You can read all about it and why it felt like an extravagant Rimmel London advert here >> … 162 more words

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Jools Club! 7th June 2013

– It cannot failed to escape your notice that this final instalment of Jools Clubs! hits the newsstands one week late. Proof if proof were needed perhaps that it’s time for Jools and I to take a break for a little while. 784 more words