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BRUISE trad folk collaboration

Wolfscote, a collaboration with Gorgon Giltrap, Dave Swarbrick, Andy Cutting and Cathy Lesurf, has released Turn the Glass, an album co-written and produced by Isobel and Jim Kimberley. Martin Chilton of The Daily Telegraph has picked it as one of the top 35 folk albums of 2015. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/worldfolkandjazz/11345427/Best-folk-albums-of-2015.html  

onblackheath line up

BRUISE CONFIRMED TO PLAY ON-BLACKHEATH

September 12-13th this year will see the second ON-Blackheath Festival. Last year we played an acoustic set but 2015 will see a full electric three piece performance, it’s going to be AMAZING! Headlined by MADNESS and ELBOW with appreances from The Manic Street Preachers and The Chris Holland All Stars and many other glittering tallents… Read more »

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“In Animal Character” reviewed in R2

The April issue of R2 features a 4 star review of BRUISE’s 4th album…. “a feast of articulate and intelligent, adult oriented songwriting that consistently succeeds, it gets better the more you play it.” WOOHOO!  

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    BRUISE trad folk collaboration

    Wolfscote, a collaboration with Gorgon Giltrap, Dave Swarbrick, Andy Cutting and Cathy Lesurf, has released Turn the Glass, an album co-written and produced by Isobel and Jim Kimberley. Martin Chilton of The Daily Telegraph has picked it as one of the top 35 folk albums of 2015. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/worldfolkandjazz/11345427/Best-folk-albums-of-2015.html  

  • onblackheath line up

    BRUISE CONFIRMED TO PLAY ON-BLACKHEATH

    September 12-13th this year will see the second ON-Blackheath Festival. Last year we played an acoustic set but 2015 will see a full electric three piece performance, it’s going to be AMAZING! Headlined by MADNESS and ELBOW with appreances from The Manic Street Preachers and The Chris Holland All Stars and many other glittering tallents… Read more »

  • R2 cover

    “In Animal Character” reviewed in R2

    The April issue of R2 features a 4 star review of BRUISE’s 4th album…. “a feast of articulate and intelligent, adult oriented songwriting that consistently succeeds, it gets better the more you play it.” WOOHOO!