BE•ONE Summer Dates

27 May 2016 // Events //Music //Rivertones

BE have just announced that they will be performing at this year’s Glastonbury Festival. News that the collective will bring their immersive soundscape from ‘The Hive’ to Worthy Farm comes in addition to already-annouced appearances at Bluedot Festival, Caught by the River Thames and End of the Road. The sculptural installation behind the album moves […]

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First Light: A Celebration Of Alan Garner

27 May 2016 // Books

First Light: A Celebration Of Alan Garner Edited by Erica Wagner Unbound, 316 pages, out now. Buy a copy here. Review by Ben Myers Alan Garner occupies a unique space in the modern literary world – and as a “a shallow recess, especially one carved or set in a wall” niche is perhaps the correct […]

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New From Stanley Donwood

26 May 2016 // Art

A series of four new prints by renowned artist Stanley Donwood has just been added to the Slowly Downward Manufactory shop. Here’s what he has to say about them: ‘In the summer of 2014 I found myself on a vast expanse of mudflats off the Essex coast. I ended up making four drawings, adapted from […]

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All the best mate from your son

26 May 2016 // Books

My Old Man: Tales of Our Fathers edited by Ted Kessler (Canongate, 256 pages, hardback. Out today and available here from the Caught by the River shop.) Review by Mathew Clayton I knew Ted Kessler’s name from the NME in the 1990s, but I never really took any notice of him until he started penning […]

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Caught by the River Thames: Sunday – Lawn Stage

25 May 2016 // Events

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be detailing the daily lineups for Caught by the River Thames, stage by stage. Without further ado, allow the linguistically talented Roy Wilkinson to tell you everything you need to know about the Lawn Stage acts performing on Sunday 7 August. Ticket information available here. Super Furry Animals Super […]

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