Monthly Archives: June 2009
Many thanks to everyone who came down to see our co-promoted show with This Is Tomorrow last Friday. The turnout was amazing for For a Minor Reflection, Epic45 and Is I Cinema; we were concerned at one point that there … Continue reading
… so to celebrate us playing host to Reykjavik’s own For a Minor Reflection on Friday, we’re running a little competition via Twitter. Just send a tweet to @wearecolour with your favourite fact about our friends in the north, for … Continue reading
Despite the recession, this Summer’s selection of boutique festivals across the UK is strong, with many pushing their biggest line ups so far. Festivals such as those we’ve selected below offer a fantastic alternative to the billboard loving, litter strewn, … Continue reading
We had a lot of fun putting on our new, laid-back Sunday soundtrack session. It was originally supposed to be a takeover of The Victoria’s Sunday Roast, but as we’re heading into Summer they’ve knocked that on the head. You … Continue reading
Wolverhampton-based artist and sometime Colour DJ Richard Cartwright is currently exhibiting a rather striking piece at the University of Wolverhampton’s Art & Design Degree Show 2009. Titled Recession Sounds, it explores impermanence, decay and decline through sonic collages constructed from … Continue reading
A few months ago, I suggested that eMusic may well be the world’s best indie music store. It seems changes are afoot to broaden its appeal and position it as a rival to more mainstream services like iTunes.