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Patrick Wolf: Rough Trade East

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Features, Music, Review | by — December 7, 2012

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Rough Trade East December 5th, 2012 by Joanna Orland Patrick Wolf is celebrating his 10th year in the music industry with the release of his acoustic album Sundark and Riverlight. The double album features acoustic reworks of tracks from Patrick’s ten year catalogue – including The Magic Position, The Libertine, Wind in The Wires, Hard […]

The Apple Cart

Victoria Park, London by Joanna Orland The Apple Cart festival is a relatively new festival brought to you by the people who bring you Field Day. Held in the same location as Field Day, The Apple Cart brings a fun, family-friendly festival to the hipsters and families of East London. Focusing more on Comedy, Literature, […]

Get Loaded in the Park

Clapham Common June 12, 2011 by Joanna Orland There were an awful lot of folk bands on for a festival with such an aggressive name as “Get Loaded in the Park”. Not that that’s at all a complaint. In fact, it was a blessing. Featuring some of today’s top acts of the genre including Slow […]

Blue Flowers presents

A NIGHT OF MUSIC, POETRY AND FILM WITH THE UNVEILING OF EDWARD LARRIKIN’S THE PAN I AM Also featuring Patrick Wolf, Polar Bear, Banarby Tidman, Johnny Flynn and more Sunday December 9th, 2007 Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith or…. The Night I First Laid Eyes & Ears on Johnny Flynn by Joanna Orland Narcissist Ed Larrikin has […]

Beastieval: Isle of Mike

by Joanna Orland There are ‘really’ only 2 festivals I look forward to each year, the little festival that nobody used to know about called Bestival being one of them. The festival lives up to its name within the first 5 minutes that you step onto the site. People have certainly caught on to this […]

Patrick Wolf – Guilty or Clumsy?

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Music, News | by — July 1, 2005

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Felectro (Folk-Electro) crooner Patrick Wolf is free on police bail until August 3rd after being accused of burglary of jewels from a next-door neighbour’s house on July 25th, 2004. Patrick’s manager claims he is completly innocent, but caught up in circumstancial evidence. At the same time of the burglary in Wandsworth, London last year, Patrick […]