Archive for June, 2017

  • JUNE 2017 ISSUE

    By Chris Wells on June 19, 2017
  • Film Review: Stockholm My Love

    By Chris Wells on June 19, 2017
    By Kevin Le Gendre Scene after scene of Neneh Cherry ghosting through the cityscapes of an iconic European city might well sound like an extended pop video. But nothing could be further from the truth in documentary maker Mark Cousins’ first stab at a major feature. Cherry does contribute to the soundtrack but what counts is her acting. This is the […]
  • Daughters Of The Dust

    By Chris Wells on June 19, 2017
    Beyoncé fans who are beloved of Lemonade would do well to get themselves along to an arthouse cinema to see the critically acclaimed 1991 movie that greatly influenced it, Daughters Of The Dust. Julie Dash’s story of the Gullah community, former slaves who uphold Yoruba traditions in South Carolina’s Sea islands, is an absolute visual feast, and is noted for […]
  • Salute Songwriters Comp Extends Deadline

    By Chris Wells on June 12, 2017
      The organisers of Salute Music Makers, the new songwriters talent online/TV competition, have extended the deadline for entries to July 14 in order to better accommodate the incoming rush of entries. What is Salute? Salute Music Makers is a brand new online talent search designed to locate our finest young, unsigned songwriters. It costs £20 per track to enter […]