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Brew and Bean Podcast

Podcast #15 – Liquid Light Brewing Company

This week, Adam chats to Grace and Thom from Liquid Light Brewing Company.  The brewery:We are Liquid Light Brewing Company based in Nottingham. We aim to combine our passion for great beer and groovy music to create a range of creative brews available in bottle, keg and cask. All our beers are unfined, unfiltered and […]

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Brew and Bean Podcast

Halfway 2 Nowhere Podcast Episode 13 (Part 1) – Beer O’Clock Show #Hopinions

This week, Adam chats to Martin and Steve from the fantastic Podcast, the Beer O’Clock Show Hopinions. The Podcast:Now in it’s fourth year, the Hopinions spin-off of the Beer O’Clock Show is wonderfully crafted by long-time host Steve and co-host Martin. The guys chat weekly about beers, beer styles and go on regular adventures introducing […]

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Brew and Bean Roaster of the Week

Roaster of the Week: Carnival Coffee

Based in the heart of South London, Carnival Coffee Roasters are an exciting specialty roastery, producing some fine roasts from across the globe. I recently had the pleasure of trying their Luz Dary’s Espresso, brewed wonderfully both via V60 Filter and through the Aeropress, and this week am enjoying their Arcangel from Bolivia. Outstanding coffees […]

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Music Reviews

The Crooks – Volume 1

Just over three years ago, I set-up Halfway 2 Nowhere as a personal venture. A way of keeping a log of the great music I saw at underground festivals like Kazoopa in Leeds, the music that I found retweeted by peers, those special songs from special bands you think are going places. Over time, the […]

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Music

Music Through Grief

Music has always been a huge part of my life, more so after the recent personal tragedy I’ve had of losing my Dad in April due to Coronavirus. Throughout lockdown, you will most likely find me with my headphones in or listening to LPs on my record player. Music isn’t just something to listen to, […]

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Music Reviews

REVIEW: The Non-Stop EP – Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard.

I’ve never quite understood the concept of the EP. It’s neither one thing nor the other. The first one I ever bought was The Human Leagues’ Holiday 80 EP, 3 tracks with a total running time of just over 10 minutes. Cardiff based glamsters Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard have released, by comparison, a behemoth. The Non-Stop […]

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Music Reviews

Single Review : The Time Is Now – The Rah’s.

To say I’m excited about this release would be an understatement. I first heard this song over a year ago, and it blew me away then. I’d gone along to Zanzibar in Liverpool to a Sister Midnight event to see the headliners, but was so impressed by one of the the supporting bands that I […]

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Music Reviews

Single Review: All My Life – The Lathums.

There are some things that you should know instinctively. Wear sunscreen in the summer. Don’t eat yellow snow in the winter. Any track released by The Lathums is going to be a corker. All My Life is The Lathums first release for Island Records. It was recorded at Parr Street Studios, and produced by James […]

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Brew and Bean Brewery of the week

Brewery of the Week – Fyne Ales

Founded in 2001, Fyne Ales, situated in Cairndow, Scotland is a brewery in the most idyllic of landscapes but with an ethos that is far from defined by aesthetic alone. Taken straight from their website, when they opened almost 20 years ago, the aim was to bring prosperity – jobs, industry and tourism – to […]

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Music

Underscore Part Three’s AAA Industry Interviews start today!

Across a backdrop of a gloomy three months for the music and arts industry, not only do we welcome the government’s funding announcement today but today is the start of an 3 week event where you can listen to some incredible industry Q&As, all thanks to Underscore Part Three. With a global pandemic adding to […]