The Trophy Cabinet

The Trophy Cabinet – ‘Kissing Frogs’ Album [Review]

The Trophy Cabinet is an Oxford band with a love for all things eighties but finely blended with a 21st century vibe. I was lucky enough to have caught them live last year at the Oxford Rugby Club. They created a great atmosphere and gave a good night out! That said, it is with much anticipation that I play their album ‘Kissing Frogs’. “Mettle” is … Continue reading The Trophy Cabinet – ‘Kissing Frogs’ Album [Review]

Henry Cluney Here We Are Nowhere

Henry Cluney – “Here We Are Nowhere” [Video]

[NEW VIDEO] We have fun when Henry Cluney rolls into town all the way from Belfast – to play a GiddyUp Music Show at The Wheatsheaf, Oxford! The least we can do is make a few videos! Here’s “Here We Are Nowhere” with the end of “Suspect Device” starting it off! Continue reading Henry Cluney – “Here We Are Nowhere” [Video]

Henry Cluney Mad Larry The Corsairs GiddyUp Wheatsheaf

Henry Cluney, Mad Larry, The Corsairs at The Wheatsheaf, Oxford [Review]

Henry Cluney Mad Larry The Corsairs GiddyUp Wheatsheaf

The Wheatsheaf – Oxford, England – Sunday June 19, 2016 review

Well, what can I say! Firstly I would like to thank all the musicians who performed and also thank everyone who came out to enjoy the eclectic mix of music played.

It was an early start on Sunday afternoon. We, Purple May, began at about 1.45pm. We played some of our original songs and a few covers, like “That’s Entertainment” (The Jam) and “Because The Night” (Bruce Springsteen/Patti Smith). We then cleared a space for Osprey, who we have down as one of the busiest musicians and promoters in Oxford. He played a varied set, I always love his take on the Johnny Cash song “Folsom Prison Blues”.

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Waterfahl

Waterfahl EP Review

Waterfahl

It’s been a bit of a mixed bag of weather this summer so far. So what could cheer up a gloomy day better than Waterfahl‘s new EP? Laying back with your chair leaning against the wall, with the cloudy/sunny weather leaking through the window and listening to the opening track “Another Story”, nice, welcoming lazy blues. Hanne Fahl‘s warm singing and harmonica weaves some inspiring patterns into the air with Finn Fahl‘s acoustic guitar orchestrating the mood.

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