Brighton’s Finest Sound: The Big Push – For Woof Woof Music

Sometimes good music is already waiting for you... A bank holiday weekend in Brighton began in style with a predictable mad rush for the 10.47am train from Blackfriars. I am not a morning person at the best of times and my Saturday’s usually don’t begin until at least lunch time, yet the warm weather and… Continue reading Brighton’s Finest Sound: The Big Push – For Woof Woof Music

Sunflower – A Short Story

The clouds were grey, and the rain was speckled on the day that I smiled as I strolled. I strolled down many a road that had held the weight of my wellington boots aged six, my first pair of heels aged thirteen and finally now my grass-kissed white trainers aged twenty. It was an effortless… Continue reading Sunflower – A Short Story

Play That Funky Music – And Keep It Playing

‘Will you be my little quarantine?’ The words of Twenty One Pilot’s Tyler Joseph play through my headphones on another evening walk. ‘Level of Concern’ is an upbeat sound, raw realism tinted with melodic joy when it is needed most. The infamous ‘Q’ word has been plastered over newspapers, TV screens and email chains for… Continue reading Play That Funky Music – And Keep It Playing

A Return to Childhood – Hello ‘Newmal’

At the end of April, I was lucky enough to be featured in a New York Times article written by the lovely Molly Oswaks. ‘People Have Gone Full 1800s’ explored the revival of a seemingly bygone time with Victorian hobbies making a noticeable comeback during lockdown, my contribution being the childhood favourite of flower pressing… Continue reading A Return to Childhood – Hello ‘Newmal’