Paris: The B Side

I never tire of this city. Each time is like the first time. Every time the train pulls into Gare du Nord, I feel my stomach do light flip flops in echoes of the heavier ones they did eight years ago when I got off that Eurolines bus from Leuven. And each time I drop … Continue reading

Emoting in R & B

There is a song for every thought, every sentiment, every feeling. Of this I am absolutely convinced. I am not unique in that view. So is my friend Philip and so we found last night is Colman Domingo. Who is Colman Domingo you ask? Only a one man tour-de-force that swept North London up in … Continue reading

Each Life’s Soundtrack

Death in its indiscriminate precision is like the rain which falls with blunt democracy on the just and the unjust. But when it inclines its bony digit towards the very young or the artist I can’t help but feel a deeper sorrow, which goes deeper still for the singer of songs or the player of instruments. Because they create … Continue reading