Music journalist Charles Thomson reviews Krystle Warren’s concert for us. The American singer performed with the band The Faculty at Dingwalls in Camden on 22nd May. Charles hadn’t seen or heard her before and was impressed by her voice and the pluck of not going on tour with a regular soul band but with a folk band.
We also hear from the Brazilian director Malu De Martino, whose film ‘So Hard To Forget’ will be out on DVD on 4th June. She tells us about filming in London, the differences between the film and the book on which the film is based, and what it means to be gay in Brazil.
For rights reasons the music is not on the podcast, but that’s what you could hear on the show:
1) Rufus Wainwright: ‘Out of the Game’ from the album “Out of the Game”
2)Krystle Warren: ‘Every Morning’ from the album “Love Songs: A Time You May Embrace”
3) Sea of Bees: ‘Broke’ from the album “Orangefarben”
4) Wallis Bird: ‘In Dictum’ from the album “Wallis Bird”
5) Girlyman: ‘Nothing Left’ from the album “Supernova”