Live Review: Sam Lee and Friends at the Wes Mem

With a background as a wilderness survival expert and burlesque dancer, Sam Lee is hardly your stereotypical folkie. Not one born into the tradition, London-native Lee discovered traditional British folksong through old field recordings, which he listened to in his West End dressing room, between glittery-hotpant costume changes. But to learn second-hand was not enough […]

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Live Review: Ryley Walker at The Bullingdon

Ryley Walker is something of an eccentric. At only 27 years old, he’s already built a solid reputation in the psychedelic rock scene for his creativity and improvisational skills: ‘The way I play is just like: first thought, best thought. And that’s a really rewarding feeling, to just improvise and have it work.’ With that […]

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