Jessie Wagner: This is the kind of song that bottles of wine were made for

Popular touring vocalist Jessie Wagner (Lenny Kravitz, Chic, Duran Duran, Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul) and frontwoman for NYC rock/soul band Army of the Underdog has dropped a new single off of her new and debut solo album, Shoes Droppin, which is out via Wicked Cool. With My Darlin, My Dear out The Fountain caught up with her about the single and her plans as well as some of her favourite venues.

Read More

Kerri Watt: People have been so positive about the upbeat energy of the song

You Can’t Catch Me is the latest video from Glaswegian singer-songwriter Kerri Watt, and the final single to be released from her new EP, Chapter One. As with her recent DIY videos, Kerri has self-produced and edited the video, working alongside director Dr Shootz and creative director Milly Upton, the former who worked on Jessie, and latter whom worked on Kissing Fools. Kerri spoke with The Fountain about the single as well as the video.

Read More

Lizabett Russo: The people who listened to the songs on the radio enjoyed the spontaneity

Last Night From Glasgow’s imprint ‘Hive’ is excited to release Lizabett Russo’s new album, While I Sit Here and Watch This Tree Volume 1, which was done so on 27th November. The LP will be available worldwide, digitally and on vinyl. LNFG first caught wind of the artist when she opened for Gracious Losers. She has supported other acclaimed acts such as Trembling Bells and Rachel Sermanni and Tim Edey. Lizabett spoke with The Fountain about the new record as well as her visions for a Volume 2.

Read More

Review: Mrs Death Misses Death by Salena Godden

Few books do you race through for it having the prose and the imagery that won’t allow you to put it down. Salena Godden’s debut novel Mrs Death Misses Death is precisely one of those titles, intoxicating and life-affirming simultaneously, a title that grabs you with the first word, caresses you in parts with an occasional punch in the guts, until you race to the end. For a debut it’s a extraordinarily vital read.

Read More


If you value our reviews, interviews and content, please consider supporting the site with a donation of your choosing.