Rivertones 3 – in production

27 March 2015 // Music

The Rivertones 3: At Hawthorn Time sleeves have arrived courtesy of the artist / designer Lucie Murtagh and we gotta say they are truly something beautiful. Full details and listening links were posted on the site last week, they are here if you missed them. Ten copies have been stamped and bagged and they will […]

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Original Rockers

26 March 2015 // Books //Music

Regular Caught by the River contributor Richard King’s second book – Original Rockers – is an incredible, transportational read. It takes place in a dusty recent past in an independent record shop (Bristol’s Revolver) and offers a glimpse of a hidden history – one where conversations and thought patterns drift mesmerically through film, art, the […]

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The Idea of a River: Walking out of Berlin

25 March 2015 // Books

The new book by Caught by the River contributor Paul Scraton, The Idea of a River, follows the Panke river from where it empties into the Berlin-Spandau Ship Canal in the heart of the German capital to its source in the small town of Bernau, thirty kilometres upstream and beyond the city limits. The following […]

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24 March 2015 // Poetry

A poem by Will Burns A morning’s brown pelicans regular as the man hawking fruit and veg out the back of his old flat-bed truck up and down the only road in town. It is the highway only turned small into dirt track. These birds die from hunger— diving into salt water for a decade […]

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An Antidote to Indifference: issue 11

23 March 2015 // An Antidote To Indifference

Antidote 11: A beer special. Edited by Ben McCormick. Cover art by John Richardson. Available from the Caught by the River / Heavenly Recordings stall at the Independent Label & London Brewers Market, Old Spitalfield, London on Saturday 28 March. On general release from Monday 30 March. Among the contributors are Will Burns, Boak & […]

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