Caught by the River at the Independent Label Market

31 March 2016 // Events

Vinyl lovers rejoice: you’ll find us at the Independent Label Market in Spitalfields this Saturday 2nd April. As always, we’ll be bringing along a breadth of books, fanzines and Rivertones releases. After a signed copy of Amy Liptrot’s acclaimed memoir The Outrun, or perhaps BE•ONE, newly repressed on white vinyl? We’ve got it covered. We’ll […]

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Skies by Alison Brackenbury

31 March 2016 // Poetry

Skies by Alison Brackenbury (Carcanet – published today and available here in the Caught by the River shop) Review by Melissa Harrison Some unexpected things happen to you when your novel is finally published. You begin to be sent free books, which you no longer have time to read; you realise how laughably inept you […]

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Frames of Representation: The New Periphery

30 March 2016 // Uncategorized

A week of documentary cinema at ICA, London, April 20-27. This one here caught our eye: The curators say: The first edition of Frames of Representation will focus on the idea of the ‘New Periphery’, and cinema’s role in bringing the excluded and the elsewhere to the centre of conversation. A unique focus of the […]

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The River Ure

29 March 2016 // The River Ure

River Ouse at Nun Monkton’ Oil on canvas 100cm x 100cm Words and picture by David Stead. I suppose it’s true that on this journey down the Ure I’ve avoided the messy issue of its name change, and indeed the area where the change occurs… see, for no apparent reason the river Ure changes its […]

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Now Playing

28 March 2016 // Music

Loving this LP. Out now on Ghost Box. THE GROUP: The Apple Tree is the first LP from Hintermass following their Study Series single for Ghost Box in 2011. The duo comprises Jon Brooks (The Advisory Circle) and Tim Felton (formerly of Broadcast and Seeland).

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