Toby Falla – Watch This Space EP

Over the last few years Toby Falla has built quite a reputation for himself on Guernsey's live circuit for his solo shows where, and Ed Sheeran like, he uses an acoustic guitar, his voice and a loop station to play a mix of his own songs and covers to seemingly very positive reactions. Since graduating... Continue Reading →

Blue Mountains – Hummingbird EP

At the recent Sark Folk Festival Guernsey based folk band Blue Mountains release the follow-up to their Refusing To Die album, the four track EP Hummingbird. Recorded at Stretchy Studios in Guernsey the EP marks a development for the band expanding to a four piece from their original duo line up and being made up... Continue Reading →

Static Alice – Warrior EP

Static Alice have spent the last few years carving out their own niche in Guernsey's music scene including festival headline slots at Chaos and The Gathering as well as countless gigs at most of the island's venues. Along with this they have previously released two records, an album The Ghost of Common Sense and EP... Continue Reading →

Gregory Harrison – Self-titled EP

Having initially come to my attention as fiddle player with The John Wesley Stone, The Rectory Hill Skillet Lickers and in The Ukuladeez backing band, Gregory Harrison has since carved himself a niche as a, usually solo, acoustic performer. Now, taking this onto the next level, Harrison has released a self-titled four-track EP that gives... Continue Reading →

Static Alice – Beautiful Mystery

Guernsey based pop-rockers Static Alice released their second recording, the Beautiful Mystery EP, with a pair of shows at The Vault in St Peter Port on the weekend of 6th and 7th November 2015. Funded partially by a Kickstarter campaign and recorded in Brighton the release almost exactly a year on from their debut, The... Continue Reading →

The Ukuladeez – Cosmic Tea Party EP

When they first appeared on the scene a few years ago I will freely admit to dismissing The Ukuladeez as ‘jangly hipster nonsense’. However, with the release of their knowingly lo-fi debut album, The Awesome Adventures of the Girls With the Tiny Guitars, things seemed to begin coming together for them and this continued in... Continue Reading →

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