Review: Life Without Air by Daisy Lafarge

A confrontational debut collection exploring our intimate and ecological dependencies, Life Without Air is a vivid and evocative collection of poems from Daisy Lafarge. Forcing us to consider the parasitic elements of toxic relationships, Daisy uses a real variety of techniques to confound us as readers, and almost add to a feeling of combustion that we can sense from the writing.

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Dan Potter: I like to stay spontaneous as I have many plans and counter plans

Dan Potter Sings has released a new single, Head Above, which is an intense and dreamy trip where industrial/gothic hardship meets calming shoegaze influenced resignation. Dan Potter Sings is the alias of multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Dan Potter. His tracks broadcast a wide spectrum of influences producing genre-defying songs in the process. Dan spoke with The Fountain about the track in more depth as well as his spontaneous plans for 2020.

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Sing Leaf: People have received this song as the most immediately accessible and pleasurable one

If Sing Leaf’s new album feels like it’s caught between worlds it’s because it’s intended to be just that. Not only has Sing Leaf, AKA David Como, released new track, Forever Green, but we can also indulge in Not Earth, thanks to Tin Angel Records. The Fountain caught up with David to discuss the LP as well as his favourite venues .

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Review: Seamus Fogarty – A Bag of Eyes

Seamus Fogarty will release his third album, A Bag Of Eyes, on November 6th, which has a more textural sounds to his previous, The Curious Hand. With more dependency on synths and drum machines, there is a movement away from the guitar somewhat, but notably Seamus has been self-producing, experimenting with less traditional ways of music-making.

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Layke: With this particular tune we really wanted to write a modern love song

In a world which thrives on labels and conforming to a set of picture-perfect standards, Layke (and her signature icy lavender hair) has created a limitless space through her ground-breaking music that defies societal norms. And now she is back with her new track Tonight Can’t Be The Last Time, which is from her forthcoming EP Frequency. Layke spoke with The Fountain about the new track and plans for 2020 as well as venues she pins her hopes on playing.

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