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Ema and the Ghosts

Ema and the Ghosts

She is brilliant, everyone should love her.

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Special Special Special

I go through bouts of love for atcs. Like, I’ll consistently love stuff, but then there’s times when I love certain things even more and I just want everyone to get to hear these artists that I love so much and believe in completely. Here are a few of the special ones that I am feeling the love for right now:

She Keeps Bees: I love ¬†this band so much. I’m so so so happy that they’re playing The Allotment, it will be amazing. They are two of the loveliest people playing music; such a joy to be around. Jessica has such an incredible voice, with so much power. I’ve listened to Nests over and over and over, all the songs feel so familiar and it’s so warm, putting the CD on feels a bit like going home on a cold day and having a nice warm meal. TATSY. Listen to these wonders: She Keeps Bees.

Alessi: All of Alessi’s new songs are on a whole new level of greatness. Go see her live an hear them for yourself! You can hear what a brilliant person she is when she sings. And you can feel it from just being around her. Really, go see her live and you can see what I mean. Alessi’s Ark.

Ema & The Ghosts: This lady is so talented. I love all of her songs; everything she’s done is wonderful. No fancy production, it’s just great songs being performed wonderfully. I think that Ema is wonderful and I would love for everyone to hear it: Ema & the Ghosts.

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Ema and the Ghosts

I’m a big fan of Ema and the Ghosts. Ice cream season is ending, but only in convention! I intend to eat ice cream all winter. And I’d really love for you to join me.

I love this so much. Talented lady. Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant. Listen.

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Ema and the Ghosts- Ermine and Mink

I love this. Beautiful voice, charming accordion, sweet songs… perfect.¬†

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Ema and the Ghosts

In my attempt to avoid the boring things I have to do I went for a wander in the sun. It was nice, I strolled about and found an extortionate ice cream vendor down by St Paul’s. Then on my way back I walked past the Museum of London and thought I may as well stop in for a while. I had a look at all the cool ancient things. Here is an interesting fact: when the stocking frame, a type of loom, was invented Queen Elizabeth banned it to protect the livelihood of the weavers/knitters. Isn’t that nice? The inventor moved to France and sold them there. Eventually after he died they were allowed over here. Tudor history = interesting stuff.

Anyway, on a more music-related note, I let Ema and the Ghosts be my soundtrack to the museum. She’s so brilliant, someone needs to get her over here to play some shows. SEE:

Amazing.

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