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Review: Heather Woods Broderick – Invitation Rating 86%

Review: Heather Woods Broderick – Invitation

Oregon-based musician has released this unassuming, yet astounding new album, Invitation, which comes out today via Western Vinyl. Having previously performed with the likes of Sharon Van Etten, Efterklang and Laura Gibson it's no surprise to hear that her new record is laden with stunning dream-pop noise, clearly influenced by her home in the Pacific North West.

Features

Matt Regan: Having Summerhall give my music an endorsement helps a lot

Matt Regan, otherwise known as Little King, is one of the two musicians that has been included in Summerhall's Associate Scheme this year, with the other being Harry Harris. With this exciting opportunity for Matt, The Fountain had a chat with Little King about this offer, as well as performing at their youthful festival Southern Exposure, which sees the likes of Pictish Trail and Meursault performing.

Books

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Review: How To Be Invisible by Kate Bush Rating 82%

Review: How To Be Invisible by Kate Bush

An unusual title, with songs selected and arranged by the author, and compelling introduction by novelist David Mitchell, How To Be Invisible presents the lyrics of Kate Bush published together for the first time. A book that is akin to a poetry collection, except David is correct, you cannot help yourself but sing along to the lyrics that you know, recollecting those beloved songs from this cherished singer/songwriter.

Music

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Review: Heather Woods Broderick – Invitation Rating 86%

Review: Heather Woods Broderick – Invitation

Oregon-based musician has released this unassuming, yet astounding new album, Invitation, which comes out today via Western Vinyl. Having previously performed with the likes of Sharon Van Etten, Efterklang and Laura Gibson it's no surprise to hear that her new record is laden with stunning dream-pop noise, clearly influenced by her home in the Pacific North West.

Film

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Review: Girl Rating 88%

Review: Girl

As I said in my review of The Wild Boys, some films come with an in-built plot-spoiler. In the case of Girl, while the brochure blurb gave away the transgender theme, the first scenes had something of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando about them. That opening sentence that says ‘He – for there could be no doubt of his sex...’ rang through my mind as I pondered over which gender was transitioning to which.

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