pic by Roberta Ridolfi. This July, Caught By The River are honoured to be asked back for the third year running to the Port Eliot Festival. We’re also dead excited as it’s our best line up by a country mile. The Caught By The River tent will run a morning ‘til last-man-drops events programme over […]
Diamond Mine. A record by King Creosote and Jon Hopkins. review by Robin: A couple of years back, we hosted a stage for the first time at Port Eliot. We didn’t know what we were doing. That was part of the joy in a funny way. We threw together a list of people we loved […]
Wednesday, 20th April at The Social, 5 Little Portland St, London W1 Grasscut Jack Northover. Film: The Moon & The Sledgehammer DJ Alex Oxley Doors open at 6.30. Film begins at 7pm. No admission during the screening. Music from 8pm. Advance tickets £7.00 from www.wegottickets.com/event/110894 Admission on the door £8.00.
by Roger Clapham The common conception in the UK of American beer is that it’s all weak, anaemic, flavourless cat piss, served brutally chilled to ensure you wouldn’t taste anything anyway. Harsh, but that’s the way a lot of people feel. Fact is, the smaller scale, local producer-led and craft beer scenes are alive and […]