Brian David Stevens – Brighter Later

4 October 2015 // Books //Photography

News reached us this week that Brian David Stevens‘ book Brighter Later will be published by Tartaruga. Published on Caught by the River between 2012 and 2014, Brighter Later is a journey around Britain looking out to sea from each coastal county. Designed by Wayne Ford, it should be ready by Christmas, and will feature […]

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Behind the Binoculars

21 September 2015 // Birds //Books

Behind the Binoculars by Mark Avery & Keith Betton Pelagic hardback, 272 pages. Out now Review by Ceri Levy. Where’s the worst place you’ve been birding? Andy Clements (Director of the BTO, the British Trust for Ornithology): I actually can’t think of a worst place! The presence of birds makes everywhere a better place. In […]

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Psychedelia and Other Colours

6 September 2015 // Books //Music

Psychedelia and Other Colours by Rob Chapman Faber hardback, 656 pages. out now Review by Emma Warren. Influential eras are often reduced down to the point of total remove from the reality as it was lived, partly because reporters bring their assumptions to the telling and also because stories have an in-built tendency to become […]

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The Beechwood Airship Interviews – An Extract

29 August 2015 // Books

Words and pictures: Dan Richards Cally Callomon (1956– ) spends a certain amount of time within the music industry in order to earn enough money to ride, restore and research ancient bicycles. Having started out as a musician, he went on to work in A&R and was Creative Director at Island Records throughout the 1990s, […]

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The Caught by the River Book of the Month: August

25 August 2015 // Books //Music

Photo: Joe Alper Dylan Goes Electric! Newport, Seeger, Dylan, and the Night That Split the Sixties by Elijah Wald Dey St. 354pp hdbk. Out now I have more than my fair share of books on Bob Dylan and have actually read most of them, but apart from Chronicles of course and perhaps Paul Williams’ books […]

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