The Bucket Playlist’s Interview with Fendahlene

by Sara Seddon at The Bucket Playlist http://www.inthebucketplaylist.com Interview with Fendahlene: ‘I come out of the studio a better musician, it’s comfortable to be locked away for 10 hours a day’ Aussie transplants to the UK, Fendahlene, brought out their latest single, ‘A New Thread’, last week, a song celebrating new beginnings, and which theyContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s Interview with Fendahlene”

New Release – Don’t Look Up, Don’t Look Down by Bertolf

Bertolf, full name Bertolf Lentink, is a Dutch singer-songwriter singing in English. His repertoire varies from 60s and 70s influenced pop to Americana and roots music. His early days as a singer-songwriter by the end of the noughties coincided with the job of multi-instrumentalist in Ilse DeLange’s (country pop) band. As a solo artist heContinue reading “New Release – Don’t Look Up, Don’t Look Down by Bertolf”

In the spotlight – Nomden

Nomden, you say? Chances are you’ve never heard of him, despite the fact that he has played at festivals like Pinkpop, Lowlands, The Great Escape, SXSW and NXNE. That’s because he’s mainly served as a wingman to others. Nomden is Dutch singer-songwriter Diederik Nomden. I’ve been following Nomden’s career for the past 20 years, afterContinue reading “In the spotlight – Nomden”

Just a review: Carolina by Nomden

Diederik Nomden a.k.a. Nomden is a Dutch singer-songwriter. For most people Nomden isn’t a name that rings any bells. However he has played with quite a few famous Dutch bands, but for this review I’m not going to mention any of them by name. This is about Nomden solo and he deserves as much praiseContinue reading “Just a review: Carolina by Nomden”

In the spotlight – the Jobs

For this week’s spotlight I’m running away with the Jobs. The Jobs are a feel good indie alt rock band based in Cleveland (USA). Trevor (vocals, guitar) took me on a trip into the band’s history, their influences and the upcoming EP ‘Sailing Upon the Times’. Who are the Jobs? How and when did youContinue reading “In the spotlight – the Jobs”