With preparations well under way for the launch gig for When Silence Speaks at Shakespeares on Friday 12th July, we are pleased to share another review of The Janskys‘ new album.
This time the review comes from NOW THEN magazine, a local publication run by Opus Independents.
Read the review here (scroll down page once linked through):
More info on Opus Independents:
“Opus Independents is a Sheffield based not-for-profit social enterprise which publishes a monthly free magazine called Now Then, operates a promotions, distribution and poster service and runs a variety of live spoken word workshops and events called WordLife. We also run regular music events and festival stages as Opus Presents in several venues around Sheffield UK.
We are a collective of individuals who are committed to creating and sustaining socially beneficial arts projects. We operate in a cooperative structure, sharing project ideas, workloads, and skill sets. We recognise that our society is increasingly apathetic, increasingly a mono culture of corporate consumerism and increasingly the cause not the symptom of disenchantment and poor quality of life.
We are committed to supporting local independent traders, charities, community groups, social enterprise and local government. We believe that it is these groups and organisations which not only give each community a uniqueness of character, but also allow a community to support its own agendas local economy and residents.”
YOU CAN BUY TICKETS HERE FOR THE JANSKYS 12th JULY LAUNCH GIG: