Directed and shot by Declan Creffield, starring Emily Hill. Released on Monomyth Records September 5th 2020. All rights reserved to Artio. Listen to ‘HELL’S DOOR’ here: https://open.spotify.com/album/2C83pJ… ‘SAADYD’ VINYL: https://qrates.com/projects/21230-sta… Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/artiomusic/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artiomusic/… Merch: https://artio.bigcartel.com/
Peter Hall may not be a familiar name to most of you but hopefully that will soon change, as he is an incredibly talented musician, that is just waiting to be discovered. Some may recognize the name as the person behind the wonderful band Play People who first recorded two EP’s on the brilliant This Almighty Pop! label runContinue reading “A Song For Saturday: Hold Me by Peter Hall”
Cold London Blues with me (and my other books) here in Poland. Ronnie Burke in the Boro. Jeff Munday in London. Micheal Haskins in Florida. Peter Ord in Hartlepool. Marky Hewitt in Hartlepool. Denise Sparowhawk in Hartlepool. K A Laity in Dundee. Mark Hammonds in the Boro. Vic Godard in Surrey.
Over at Amazon.co.uk ‘5.0 out of 5 stars. Pulp if you want it to be but deep if you think about it. By MARK HEWITT on 24 April 2016 Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase It is quite an art to write a short book that lasts so long in the memory. First taste is of the instant gratification ofContinue reading “Mark Hewitt reviews Kill Me Quick!”
Yesterday, I found out that my friend – of about 40 years – John Little had died. I first met John when I was a teenager, in the mid ’70s. I met him via my older brother Eric, who was a musician. John knew pretty much every musician in the area because – as wellContinue reading “RIP John Little”
Wikipedia says: ‘Colin Henry Wilson (26 June 1931 – 5 December 2013) was an English writer, philosopher and novelist. He also wrote widely ontrue crime, mysticism and the paranormal. Wilson called his philosophy “new existentialism” or “phenomenological existentialism”, and maintained his life work was “that of a philosopher, and (his) purpose to create a new and optimisticContinue reading “A Letter From Colin Wilson”
It’s not summer yet, it’s not even spring. But it’s sunny and sunshine always calls for jangly guitars. From 1978, here’s Hartlepool’s finest power pop/ new wave band, Disguise, with Hey Baby.