Earlier this week at Rough Trade NYC, we hosted a showcase of British music for this year’s CMJ music marathon. Longfellow, Spring King, MONEY and The Crookes played to a packed crowd and all had killer performances. We caught up with three of the bands before their set, and second in our three part series is an interview with The Crookes.
Last night at Rough Trade NYC, we hosted a showcase of British music for this year’s CMJ music marathon. Longfellow, Spring King and The Crookes played to a pack crowd. We grabbed five minutes with each band before their set, and first in our three part series is an interview with Longfellow.
When the line-up for this year’s Wilderness festival landed on our desks today, our excitement went …. well…. wild! Nestled deep in the heart of Oxfordshire, the idyllic, eclectic and gloriously paradisical festival mixes together the absolute crème de la crème in music, food, theatre and the literary arts across four magnificent days in August.
Scottish indie rockers The Pastels are back with a swirling video shot by Blair Young at The Forest Of Black for their new song “Kicking Leaves. The video highlights the changing of the seasons with warm colours splattered across grainy footage.
Join us on Thursday 14th November 2013 for the Carnaby 20% Shopping Party, a chance to preview our Made in England Collection. We will be offering a 20% discount on any items purchased on the evening.
For our third and final ‘Five Minutes with Ben Sherman’ we caught up with Duologue singer Tim Digby Bell.
We caught up with Steve Sparrow (lead vocalist, piano player and guitarist extraordinaire) of Morning Parade for another ‘Five Minutes with Ben Sherman’.
Join us on Thursday 12th September 2013 for the GQ Carnaby Street Style Night, a chance to be introduced to the AW13 collection. We will be offering a 20% discount on any items purchased on the evening.
Lovebox make themselves at home in East London’s Victoria Park for one weekend every year. Their mission is to bring inclusiveness and diversity, delivering more varied acts than most festivals can lay claim to. This year they host a stellar line up and we’re here to tell you who you’d be mad to miss.
Breathing fresh air into the electronic, dance and house sub-genres of the music industry – Disclosure broke on to the scene at festivals in 2012 with their remix of Jessie Ware’s ‘Running’