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Looking Back UK to release music featured in an award-winning film

Looking Back UK to release music featured in an award-winning film How To Build A Girl Amazon Original Blazing Minds

Looking Back UK to release music featured in an award-winning film South Staffordshire band, Looking Back UK, have released the album “Can Anybody Hear Me?”. The title track is featured in the new film “How to Build a Girl” and will be released on Revolver Records from the 10th of January 2020. “How to Build […]

Revolver’s ‘Anthony Wilson Prize’ won by University of Wolverhampton Student

Revolver’s ‘Anthony Wilson Prize’ won by University of Wolverhampton Student Tony Wilson hosting After Dark in 2003

Revolver’s ‘Anthony Wilson Prize’ won by University of Wolverhampton Student A University of Wolverhampton graduate has been awarded a prize which is designed to encourage students to study arts in the midlands. Keira Carter, 20 from Birmingham, studied for a Popular Music degree at the School of Performing Arts based at the Walsall Campus.She was […]

The Hidden Hand Review: Genius Babble

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The Hidden Hand Review: Genius Babble About Discography Reviews Shop Pete Kent – The Hidden Hand – Album Review Genius Babble: Sunday, April 24, 2016 Written By Tom Coombs There is nothing more beautiful to behold than a perfectly played guitar.  I am not talking rock chords here, I am talking classical or the way […]

The Hidden Hand Review: Watdonline

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Pete Kent – The Hidden Hand (2016) About Discography Reviews Shop Watdonline: June 2016 Written by Bobby Scaife The last few years have seen a boom in fingerpicking style guitarists wowing audiences all over the country, however in the instrumental market it’s easy to grow desensitised by the amount of unbelievable talent available. Nevertheless, the one […]

The Hidden Hand Review: Fatea

About Discography Reviews Shop The Hidden Hand Fatea-Records.com: Date unknown Written By: John Knighton A road trip to Glasgow with my two twenty-something lads was a good chance to see if they shared my taste in acoustic music. And Pete Kent’s album of instrumentals might have been a step too far but I needn’t have worried. Eleven tracks […]

Standby….

While you’re all off enjoying the Euros (the division between England and Wales in the office is reaching fever pitch!), we’re going to make this all a little slicker and a little easier to navigate. We should also be able to bring in more things for you to look at, like Instagram, Youtube and some […]