Soar- an interview with Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita

On paper the blend of Welsh Harp and Senegalese Kora should be a concept that does not work, but somehow, Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita manage to take their different cultural heritages and create something beautiful, wistful, exciting and unique. On record their music is almost hypnotic in its spiralling intensity and their current album… Continue reading Soar- an interview with Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita

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An Interview with Andy Bell of Ride.

Hot on the heels of a world tour showcasing 2017’s album “Weather Diaries”, RIDE head to St. George’s Church, Brighton on Thursday November 29th. Ride, originally one of the pioneers of the “shoegazing” scene, formed in Oxford in 1988 with all four original members still playing with the band today. Andy Bell, Mark Gardener, Laurence… Continue reading An Interview with Andy Bell of Ride.

A Catch up with Pete Fij

A lot can happen in a year; following our conversation last July I thought it was time I caught up with Worthing’s very own Pete Fij, musician, film-maker and performer who came to fame as singer and guitarist of Alternative rock bands “Adorable” and “Polak” and along with House of Love’s Terry Bickers formed  50%… Continue reading A Catch up with Pete Fij

An evening of Magical, Mystical World Music with Catrin Finch and Seckou Kieta

Over the years St Paul’s at Worthing has seen some amazing collaborations, with talented musicians from wildly differing genres coming together to create something magical and unique. Have you ever wondered what incredible sounds could be created when the former “Harpist to the Prince of Wales” combines with the African sensibilities of a renowned Senegalese Kora player? Well… Continue reading An evening of Magical, Mystical World Music with Catrin Finch and Seckou Kieta

In conversation with James Heather, Composer, arranger, musician and Performer

In our multi-media world, we are often quick to categorise, label and judge, however the music of James Heather does not sit easily in any category and music lovers of all types are responding to his lyrical, expressive, emotive solo piano pieces with roots in classical, ambient and contemporary music. This extremely talented composer, musician,… Continue reading In conversation with James Heather, Composer, arranger, musician and Performer

Interview with Hugh Cornwell- The Stranglers and beyond

Get a Grip – An Interview with Hugh Cornwell. In the two years since he last played St Paul’s Worthing, a very busy Hugh Cornwell has completed a soon to be released album, has toured extensively, collaborated with Dr. John Cooper Clarke on both a tour and an album, curated his website Mr Demille FM… Continue reading Interview with Hugh Cornwell- The Stranglers and beyond

An Interview with Jo Harman

JO HARMAN – VOICE AND PIANO INTERVIEW BY ROB KELLY In a genre defined, playlist building, download era, it is hard for an artist to stay true to their own sound and vision. Once labelled it can be difficult to break free, but Jo Harman is a singer/songwriter who refuses to be categorised and is… Continue reading An Interview with Jo Harman

Worthing Rock – An Interview With Drake Mague of My Pet Shark

My Pet Shark grew from the long term desire of guitarist Nathan Marshall to found a band around that name. Nathan was joined in the summer of 2014 by bassist Liam Toller and shortly after by drummer Joe Miles. In early 2015, three became four with the arrival of lyricist and lead singer Drake Mague. Together… Continue reading Worthing Rock – An Interview With Drake Mague of My Pet Shark

An Interview With Scott Miller From Vektrill

Vektrill, a power trio from Worthing have started to make real inroads into the local and national music scene including storming gigs at “The Haunt” in Brighton and “The Borderline” in London. Conceived in early 2016, the band has been gigging extensively and already have a couple of videos under their belt. Their brand of riff… Continue reading An Interview With Scott Miller From Vektrill

Interview with Ryan Marshall of TEAL

TEAL like many bands over the years evolved from youthful attempts at forming a band at school. The band finally coalescing in the summer of 2015 around Ryan, Alex, Louis and Charlie, with a clear direction and a love of the indie music industry at the time, as well as older generations of music which would inspire… Continue reading Interview with Ryan Marshall of TEAL