Ruth Follows

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If the strongest memories of a childhood are those of pulling extrovert shapes to Paul Simon's Graceland, forcing the stylus to jump and gradually degrade her parents' record collection, that probably best explains why Ruth Follows (nee. Davies) is who she is today. Trained as a local hack on a weekly paper, a brief foray into the horrific world of feature writing for women's mag-rags meant the often natural journalistic jump into the world of public relations and press offices arrived a little earlier than for some. A degree in philosophy never helps to shed light on her decision making. By night and weekend, her PR world gives way to hours of hunting for new music, gigs and writing on all matters related to the subject. Some of her most poignant gig memories are Art Brut at the Birmingham Barfly and seeing The Chemical Brothers perform Where Do I Begin? at Wolverhampton Civic Hall. In the future, Ruth rather fancies herself as a freelance PR and writer with a B&B and a small menagerie of farmyard animals.
Ruth Follows

Articles by Ruth Follows

Ghostpoet – Some Say I So I Say Light (Album Reviews)
!!! (Chk Chk Chk) – THR!!!ER (Album Reviews)
Bonobo – The North Borders (Album Reviews)
C2C – Tetra (Album Reviews)
Duologue – Song & Dance (Album Reviews)
K-X-P – II (Album Reviews)
Summer Sundae 2012 @ De Montfort Hall & Gardens, Leicester (Live Music + Gig Reviews)
Hervé – Pick Me Up, Sort Me Out, Calm Me Down (Album Reviews)
Bright Light Bright Light – Make Me Believe In Hope (Album Reviews)
Citizens! – Here We Are (Album Reviews)
Warm Digits – Keep Warm… With The Warm Digits (Album Reviews)
Maps & Atlases – Beware And Be Grateful (Album Reviews)
Yppah – Eighty One (Album Reviews)
The Static Jacks – If You’re Young (Album Reviews)
Q&A: Errors (Music Interviews)
The 2 Bears – Be Strong (Album Reviews)
Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains – E Volo Love (Album Reviews)
Los Campesinos! – Hello Sadness (Album Reviews)
Cashier No 9 @ Musician, Leicester (Live Music + Gig Reviews)
The Rapture – In The Grace Of Your Love (Album Reviews)
Festival Preview: Bestival 2011 (Previews)