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Posted August 29th 2013

A Whole Week Of Girl Power!

This week has been a real GIRL POWER week as Martha Wainwright and The Be Good Tanyas all blew us away. Martha Wainwright’s show at Komedia last Thursday was a sensational, raw, emotional performance after the loss of her mother, singing her mother’s songs and baring her soul to the crowd with ‘sad songs about being out of love and sad songs about being in love’. Her voice is superb, and her mesmerising version of her mother’s song ‘Proserpina‘ had some audience members in tears. A powerful experience for everyone there! With Fran Smith as support the Northern singer-songwriter was also on form as an excellent support for the night. She met Martha at Hebden Bridge and apparently asked her for the support, and we’re glad she did!

Last night we welcomed The Be Good Tanyas to St George’s Church who engaged with the audience and brought along some pretty good Neil Young covers! From their songs including ‘Littlest Birds‘ to more Gospel numbers we loved their calm and relaxing, happy show. Support from their guitarist Phil Cook brought a more bluesy, jazzy guitar music as support and a perfect start to the evening.

Anyone who’s signed up to Resident’s mail outs will have seen we ran a competition for some tickets to this Sunday’s Black Yaya + Turner Cody at The Hope. The winners have been emailed, thanks to all the entries! Keep an eye out for more ticket giveaways by signing up to Resident’s mail out here!

Herman Dune’s Black Yaya has also released his single ‘Paint A Smile On My Face’ which is a great summery pop track with nice little hints of Herman Dune there. Listen to the audio via YouTube here. Black Yaya plays The Hope this Sunday at 8pm, tickets are £12 on the door!

The Towner Gallery in Eastbourne are going to be on The Antiques Roadshow on Sunday at 8pm! Our favourite gallery that brought you like fabulous Corner House Club Night back in July will be featuring their latest collection in the Eastbourne special.

Finally our favourite sisters The Staves have been chatting away to Topshop about their music and their vintage fashion. Read the interview here.

TONIGHT we bring folk legend Mark Mulcahy to The Latest Music Bar from 8pm. Timings for this show will be on our Twitter feed @MeltingVinyl later today so eyes peeled!