‘Maalie’ Studio Performance

10 January 2018 // Music

Ahead of his appearance at our Bush Hall event next month, Erland Cooper shares a new video. This intimate studio performance of his current single ‘Maalie’ was captured in one shot by filmmaker Alex Kozobolis, and follows Cooper from the street to the piano. Watch the video below: The Caught by the River Social Club […]

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Available to Watch: Modern Studies + Lomond Campbell’s SOUNDING at Edinburgh Fringe

8 January 2018 // Music

Fresh from its premiere over on Gold Flake Paint this morning, we’re very glad to be able to share a new film of the Modern Studies/Lomond Cambell SOUNDING performances, which took place in collaboration with the Pumpkinseeds Chamber Orchestra at the Edinburgh Fringe in the summer. Gold Flake Paint drew attention to Lomond Campbell’s ‘tender, […]

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Caught by the River Mersey: an audio accompaniment

4 January 2018 // Events //Music

We’re sure we needn’t remind you that our first event of the year – Caught by the River Mersey – is fast approaching. Focusing on Liverpool’s mighty river, this evening of talks, film and music takes place on Wednesday 17 January at The Social, London. Full info can be found here, and there are still […]

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A Folklore Tapes Calendar

18 December 2017 // Art //Music

Lara C Cory assesses the latest output from the wonderful folk at Folklore Tapes “Do you believe in witches?” “Yes, I do sir.” “And what did you hear last year?” “I heard the witches frying their pancakes” “And what did it sound like?” “It sounded like the wind was going through a stream.” A man […]

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The Caught by the River Album of the Month: December

8 December 2017 // Music

In a break with tradition, for December only, we’ve opted to substitute our usual Book of the Month for an Album of the Month – Dan Michaelson’s First Light, out today via The state51 Conspiracy. Will Burns reviews. I was watching Emmylou Harris once when between songs, after playing one of her and Gram Parsons’ […]

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