Monday, January 23, 2017

Write Me Stories...

Please find stories below. Start from the bottom of the 'blog' and read upwards to read them all in chronological order if you wish. Actually, you may have to click the names of the individual stories from years gone back, as I'm not sure how to have them all shown/readable easily!
185 stories, 14 years, and (slowly) counting.. A Hawk And A Hacksaw, Adem, Amina/Amiina, Lydia Ainsworth, Antarctica Takes It!,Arcade Fire, Andrew Bird, Benni Hemm Hemm, Bodebrixen, Alice Boman, Breathe Owl Breathe, Broken Twin, Calexico, Bodies Of Water, Braids, Nadine Carina, Choir Of Young Believers, Adrian Crowley, Chris T-T, Clem Snide, Darren Hayman, Dan Deacon, Dear Reader, Dillon, The Divine Comedy, Dresden Dolls, Eels, Efterklang, Hannah Epperson, Eleanoora Rosenholm, Elvis Depressedly, Explosions In The Sky, Farao, The Flaming Lips, Fog, Fol Chen, Ben Folds, Lyla Foy (Wall), Freschard, Fujiya & Miyagi, George Thomas And The Owls, Get Well Soon, Laura Gibson, Half Waif, Happyness, Aldous Harding, Gemma Hayes, Hjaltalín, Hope Of The States, Husky Rescue, Hymns From Nineveh, Ichi, I'm From Barcelona, Siv Jakobsen, Denis Jones, Kathryn Joseph, Jordan Klassen, Lambchop, Jens Lekman, Jack Lewis, Jeffrey Lewis, Joasihno, Little Scream, Loney Dear, The Magnetic Fields, Jo Mango, Laura J Martin, Mercury Rev, Misty's Big Adventure, Anaïs Mitchell, The Moldy Peaches, Musée Mécanique, Neverest Songs, The Notwist, Linn Öberg, Ohbijou, Owen Pallett, Pascal Pinon, Phia, The Polyphonic Spree, Ramona Cordova, Rauelsson, Resina, The Real Tuesday Weld, Seabear, The Second Hand Marching Band, Shearwater, Cosmo Sheldrake, The Silent League, Sleep Party People, Slow Skies, St. Thomas, St. Vincent, DM Stith, Sufjan Stevens, Suburban Kids With Biblical Names, Sylvan Esso, Thinguma*jigsaw, Thus Owls, Yann Tiersen, Shugo Tokumaru, tUnE-yArDs, Tunng, Stuart Warwick, Emily Wells, Why?, Oliver Wilde, Windmill, Woodpecker Wooliams, The Young Republic.

Half Waif - Nandi Rose Plunkett

London, Surya, January 23rd 2017

I've been enjoying Half Waif's album a fair bit last year, and so it was good to see them at their first European gig in a small London venue.  They sound even better live and Nandi's story above is more interesting than my one here!