Posts Tagged: Craig Tattersall

Observatories ~ Flowers Bloom, Butterflies Come

Iikki Books specialise in creating dialogues between musicians and visual artists, a project which began in 2016 – this is the 14th edition. You can listen to the music, you can study the book of artworks; either together as a

Observatories ~ Flowers Bloom, Butterflies Come

Iikki Books specialise in creating dialogues between musicians and visual artists, a project which began in 2016 – this is the 14th edition. You can listen to the music, you can study the book of artworks; either together as a

The Seaman & the Tattered Sail ~ Light Folds

Seven hours on a sea of sound.  That’s what The Seaman & the Tattered Sail has to offer: an amazing seven hours of music on 2 CDs, 2 DVDs and 2 slabs of vinyl.  The question is never one of quality when it comes

The Seaman & the Tattered Sail ~ Light Folds

Seven hours on a sea of sound.  That’s what The Seaman & the Tattered Sail has to offer: an amazing seven hours of music on 2 CDs, 2 DVDs and 2 slabs of vinyl.  The question is never one of quality when it comes

Being ~ Folkestone Lighthouse

The Folkestone Lighthouse EP is one of the best releases of the year.  We don’t say such things often, or lightly, because tastes differ; but this one crosses genres and is much more than a simple release.  We’re fortunate to be able

Being ~ Folkestone Lighthouse

The Folkestone Lighthouse EP is one of the best releases of the year.  We don’t say such things often, or lightly, because tastes differ; but this one crosses genres and is much more than a simple release.  We’re fortunate to be able

The Humble Bee ~ The Royal Game

With all the talk of Kindles and other digital reading devices, one might glean the impression that the literary field is making a comeback.  Sadly, this is not the case; the average American still reads only one book a year,

The Humble Bee ~ The Royal Game

With all the talk of Kindles and other digital reading devices, one might glean the impression that the literary field is making a comeback.  Sadly, this is not the case; the average American still reads only one book a year,