Antidotes

5 March 2017 // Antidotes

Having noticed how well our irregular, jam-packed Antidotes posts go down, we’ve decided to give you a mini round-up of things each of us, plus some special guests, are enjoying, a little more regularly. We’re trying a weekly thing, but don’t hold us to that. This week’s recommendations come from Jeff Barrett, Andrew Walsh, Robin […]

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The Way Of The Hare – an unreliable account

25 February 2017 // Landscape //Music

Memory Band founder-member Stephen Cracknell visits the landscape which provided the inspiration for their latest LP, A Fair Field: It took me a while to get out of Norwich. Needing a map, I had to climb the hill to a bookshop from the train station, slipping through the early lunchtime crowds. Then, confused by road […]

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Outlandish Rites in Arcadia – an unreliable account

27 November 2016 // Music

Memory Band founder-member Stephen Cracknell visits the landscape which provided the inspiration for their new LP, A Fair Field: A train to Salisbury, then off into the countryside on a bicycle. ‘The Romans, indeed, habitually travelled from Old Sarum to Dorchester via the vale of Chalk. But no modern traveller, save, perhaps, a stray commercial […]

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Competition Result

20 February 2014 // Books //Competition

For our last newsletter competition Unbound kindly gave us three of the original hardback copies of The Lost Diary to give away. We asked: Chris contributed a chapter to our first book A Collection of Words on Water. The chapter is titled ‘River At The End Of Autumn.’ Can you name the river in question? […]

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Antidotes

14 January 2014 // Miscellany

The Rails – James Walbourne & Kami Thompson. Two of our guests at this Summer’s Port Eliot Festival picked up some good press recently: The Rails, whose debut LP comes out on Island in April (‘pink’ label, natch), were give a new band profile on 10 January and our Book of the Month for January, […]

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