Category Archive: Music

Apr 10

New Collection of The Beatles’ Albums on Vinyl LPs Launched

At Frost Magazine we get sent a lot of stuff. Not all of it floats our boat to be honest, but when two albums from the new Beatles Vinyl Collection, Abbey Road and Sgt Peppers Lonely Heart Club in 180g Vinyl came we were absolutely delighted. They are something to behold. Beautiful and unique. We are a huge fan and …

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Mar 10

Sterile Jets “No Gods No Loss” | Music Profile

Band/Artist: Sterile Jets Location: Long Beach, California Styles: Noise Rock, Old School Metal, Punk, Post Hardcore Similar to/RIYL: Melvins, Sonic Youth, Fugazi, Butthole Surfers, Shellac CD: No Gods No Loss Release date: May 4 2017 Accolades: Toured Northern California May 2015. Members/Instruments: Robert Bly Moore:  Guitar / Vocals Wm B.ILL Partnoff: Bass / Vocals GS …

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Aug 18

FOLK, ROOTS AND BLUES AT SAGE GATESHEAD

Frost just loves The Sage, at Gateshead. Well, we love the area and all it has to offer full stop. So here is the autumn programme, should anyone be in the area, or even feel like heading up to catch some of the folk, roots and blues from both sides of the Atlantic. September kicks off …

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Aug 11

Lizabett Russo | Music Profile

For today’s music profile we have a Scotland-based singer-songwriter of Romanian heritage, Lizabett Russo. Well-travelled, Lizabett has a beautiful voice and an original take on an eclectic range of music. From traditional acoustic ballads to up-tempo jazz – and just about everything else in between. Now a mainstay on the live circuit in Scotland, she honed …

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Jul 28

Chichester’s summer musical is a top dollar delight

Half a Sixpence Chichester Festival Theatre Until 3 September. www.cft.org.uk 01243 781312 Photo credit: Manuel Harlan Taking David Heneker’s original musical and giving it an almighty kick up the behind, the result is a slick, stylish and fabulously feel-good show. Set in Edwardian England and based on a story by H.G. Wells, Arthur Kipps is …

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May 25

Re-charge your Sunday nights at The Piano Works Farringdon

Everyone knows Sundays are the new Saturdays and we have just the solution for a much needed Sunday night elixir. London’s popular late-night, live music venue The Piano Works have come up with the perfect excuse to reclaim your Sunday evenings by launching live music performances by the legendary Patrick Alan and his Righteous Ten. …

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May 13

Is Meghain Trainer a Hypocrite When It Comes To Body Shaming & Loving Yourself?

I am going to start this piece with a confession: I hate that ‘All About The Bass’ song. Okay it’s catchy and it has a good beat, but I hate the lyrics. And I am not the only one. Plenty of ‘stick-figure…Barbie doll’s‘ as Meghain puts it in her song also hate the lyrics. I …

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Apr 25

Prince has gone, too young – but his music remains, and what music it is by Margaret Graham

To celebrate the life and works of Prince (7 June 1958 – 21 April 2016), music licensing company PPL has released an official chart of the Most Played Prince Tracks of the 21st Century. Aggregated using PPL’s exclusive UK airplay data, the chart collates those Prince tunes which have been played in public and broadcast on …

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