The Week In Review (26 March – 2 April)


This isn’t what I ordered…

We round-up the last week in music, including news you might’ve missed, our #SongOfTheDay playlist and Classic Of The Week

Folks we’re back and I bet you can’t wait to hear what we’ve been up to? Well, here goes. We were shocked and intrigued by the discovery of a two-headed snake, amused by Krispy Kreme‘s early April Fools prank (claiming that they were changing their name to Krispy Cream in the UK, because we Brits have trouble saying it) and delighted by the news that cats have now learned to train people to bring them food every time they ring a bell with their paws.

Of course, we know that won’t be enough for you. So say hello to the rest of our week in review.

Classic Of The Week

‘Troubled Medium’ by P.S. Eliot (2009)

Before Katie Crutchfield was the magnificent Waxahatchee she played together with her sister Alison in the brilliant indie-rock group P.S. Eliot. Though they were criminally short-lived, they still managed to compose the best song that either of the Crutchfields have yet written. This is that song. Enjoy.

Songs Of The Week

Song: You (with Frank H Carter III)
Artist: Llorca

Song: Merry Go Round
Artist: Tors

Song: Lights on the River/em>
Artist: Ned Roberts

Song: Silhouette (Live)
Artist: Aquilo

Song: Skin
Artist: Rag’n’Bone Man

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