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The Utter Genius of Brighter

Unless you are a big Sarah Records fan, its unlikely that you will have ever heard of Brighter. Their music was a kind of fuzzy, acoustic brand of indie-pop with lyrics that often spoke about being young and confused. 324 more words

My favourite Bristol records

The BBC 6 Music Festival kicks off in Bristol tonight (February 12th).

The likes of Primal Scream, Suede, Savages, Underworld and Róisín Murphy are expected to embark on the South West’s capital. 816 more words


Gone but not forgotten: 10 of the best Sarah Records singles

Sarah was a Bristol-based independent record label founded by Clare Wadd and Matt Haynes in 1987. They closed it down eight years later on reaching the catalogue number SARAH100. 1,294 more words

Festkakao 2015

Fettkakao is now, at this very moment, turning 10.
It was in August 2005 that i have picked up the Vortex Rex 7″ (fett001) and… 359 more words

3AM Eternal: The Field Mice, "September's Not So Far Away" (1991)

What would prove to be the penultimate single by The Field Mice was an upbeat number, a hopeful message of longing coming from the mind of  42 more words

3AM Eternal


John Peel seemed to understand instinctively how political Sarah Records was when making Loveblind by Secret Shine (1993) Single of the Week. and Sarah was political, not in a brutish, striking way but well organized, shrewd – in love with jangly dreamy pop. 207 more words


"So Much Water, So Close To Home" by two white cranes

two white cranes hail from Bristol in the south west of England. Here’s the first track from their recently released album “Radisson Blue”.

two white cranes on the album is Roxy Brennan, along with Dan Howard and Owen Williams. 221 more words

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