Posts Tagged ‘Sam Duckworth’

ALBUM: Sam Duckworth – Kingdoms

Release Date: January 27th 2017
Label: Xtra Mile Recordings
Website: None available


Sam Duckworth is a man who seemingly has an incredible creative ability to write and release songs scarily quickly. In 2016, he released two EPs, ‘Digital Ghettos’ and ‘Beaches Ain’t Shit’, and a full-length album, ‘Baby Boomers 2’. For most artists, this is 2-3 years worth of material, but Duckworth is an artist that doesn’t do things by half measures.

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NEWS: 2000 Trees Festival confirm more acts for 2014, including Frightened Rabbit and Blood Red Shoes!

Cheltenham based festival 2000 Trees have announced their next wave of bands including Saturday main stage headliner Frightened Rabbit, and Blood Red Shoes who will sub the previously announced Friday night headliner Band Of Skulls. You can find all the new additions below:

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NEWS: Camden Rocks Festival 2014 confirm more bands, including The Xcerts and Dead Harts!

Coming at us with even more bands to join this year’s Camden Rocks Festival line-up, the next batch of bands confirmed to be set to play the festival include The Xcerts, Dead Harts, Dinosaur Pile-Up and more. You can see all newly confirmed acts listed below:

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ALBUM: Sam Duckworth – The Mannequin

Release Date: August 29th, 2011
Label: Cooking Vinyl


Sam Duckworth, or better known as Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly., has been on the musical radar now for much longer than what it seems. It’s hard to believe that his debut album, ‘The Chronicles Of A Bohemian Teenager’, was released back in 2006, when many of us were still in our teenage years. Even though it received mixed views, it’s still an album that sounds as fresh as it did back then, and it’s no surprise that he garnered a dedicated fanbase through the strength of the album. His second album, ‘Searching For The Hows And Whys’, followed suit, and it showed that Duckworth wasn’t a one-album artist. This album furthered the respect his first album had put upon him, and his third self-titled album was in the same vein. However, his third album didn’t seem to be as innovative and original as his previous efforts, and whether this was due to the escalating number of singer/songwriters filtering through or because Duckworth was simply running out of ideas, it was an evident drop in the quality of his material.

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