Monthly Archives: November 2014

Why Listen Live?

The web is awash with good tunes. Musicians can have fans from Beirut to Boston without ever leaving their bedrooms; someone in Birmingham can be a star in Bahrain. But for all the connections to be made online, there’s one you can only find live. See, streaming a song is a one way transaction. The […]

Fred Clark (Review)

Fred Clark must be one of the hardest working musicians in Kent. He’s played nearly ninety gigs this year, as well as writing, performing, and self-producing his new album, Stay Smiling. He plays an inoffensive type of acoustic pop, influenced by artists such as Jack Johnson, Newton Faulkner, and Pink, though the first thing I […]