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Is 'Blip' the Right Word?...

Today has been like sitting in a snow globe, observing the world around me but feeling happy enough knowing nobody can get to me.  I woke up today and I just couldn’t… couldn’t what?, couldn’t everything.   835 more words

Mental Health

Gig Review: Newton Faulkner 'Hits The Ground Running' at The Old Fire Station in Bournemouth

Newton Faulkner delighted a sell-out crowd at The Old Fire Station in Bournemouth on Thursday night (30/11/2017), showcasing the best of his music from new album Hit the Ground Running as well as hit singles from his five previous studio albums and more obscure fan favourites. 1,243 more words


Newton Faulkner - Whelan's - Dublin - 15/October/2017

I’ve loved music from a very young age. At seven I started playing the tin whistle, at nine I started playing the accordion, and for my eleventh birthday, I made the executive decision to scrap the trad music in favour of the guitar. 326 more words


Preview: Newton Faulkner @ The Lemon Grove

Newton Faulkner, the singer-songwriter from Surrey, is probably best known for his iconic fiery dreadlocks and his laid-back acoustic style. Once pegged the “Jack Johnson of the UK”, it’s difficult to believe it’s been a whopping ten years since he came onto the UK music scene, capturing a generation of folk-pop lovers and topping the charts with his debut album… 456 more words

Editorial Team

Newton Faulkner and Sam Brookes 7/11/17

On Tuesday I had the pleasure of seeing Newton Faulkner for the first time. Although until recently the only song I knew of his was ‘Dream Catch Me’, I had been encouraged (and in the vicinity of a car where his music was being played) to listen to more of his music and I quite enjoyed it! 615 more words


The Bigger Pictures- Lost in the details

Lost- one of my favorite lyrics incorporating the word ‘lost’ is from Newton Faulkners ‘Lullaby’, From his first album of which he made a 45 minutes… 197 more words

Live Review: Newton Faulkner

Newton Faulkner, The Garage, 01/11

Newton Faulkner’s sold out gig at The Garage is opened unassumingly by Sam Brookes as the Londoner quietly steps out onto the stage and starts strumming away at an electric guitar. 286 more words