"Recently I have been digging primitive. Somehow it's turned into this beast of a rock and roll improvisational vehicle."
Possibly the best month for live music in Cambridge this year...
"I feel a real close connection to my home and do feel there will always be stories in my lyrics about growing up in Cambridge" Slate chat to Sivu ahead of his debut album release
Listen to 'Here' here; self-titled debut from psych-pop group due out November 3rd.
Victory lap for Gizeh Records' finest, celebrating their debut LP 'Contour Lines'; full dates and details within.
New photo exhibition ‘I Come From A Place’ celebrates the North Cambridge community
New exhibition at Kettle’s Yard from Saturday 18th – Sunday 26th October 1 week ago
live review // Inala at the Cambridge Corn Exchange
"a universal celebration of the human experience" 1 week ago
INALA preview – in conversation with Ella Spira
"And there isn’t a language barrier, despite the fact they’re speaking a different language there’s no misunderstanding between the performers and the audience" 4 weeks ago
review // Past, Present, Somewhere at Kettle’s Yard
"The striking thing about this exhibition, and the documentaries which lie at its heart, is the juxtaposition of both the most intimate and entirely analytic of approaches." 1 month ago
review // Issam Kourbaj at St Peter’s Church
"Kourbaj cares about the individual, about the broken books and the crooked backs of his mother’s letters. He thinks about the light within the church, and the journey along the path up to it, he thinks of perspective and of texture." 1 month ago
review // Othello in Trinity College, Cambridge Shakespeare Festival
"a powerful production, well made and commendably enacted despite the tempestuous night" 1 month ago