Sunday, February 18, 2018

Album Review: Jim James – Tribute To 2

Only Jim James can make a covers album seem so brand new and fresh that his reimagined versions of classic songs will sound like...

Album Review: The Blue Eyed Bettys – Find My Way Out...

The Blue Eyed Bettys are back with a new album of original songs. I became an instant fan of The Bettys when they first...

Live Review: Dispatch – The Troubadour, Los Angeles

Boston-based indie legends Dispatch stopped at the iconic Troubadour in Los Angeles last weekend on their North American tour. TFFT caught the show on...

TFFT Favourite Albums Of The Year 2017

2017 has been a wonderful year for music, with the return of favourites Fleet Foxes and Fionn Regan, incredible emerging artists such as Wilsen...

Live Review: Fleet Foxes – Manchester Apollo

In my most recent review of a live act, I commented that if a performance inspires you to follow every member of the band...

Album Review: The Staves & yMusic – The Way Is Read

We’ve all been anxiously awaiting new music from the singing and songwriting Staveley-Taylor sisters, since their last full-length album If I Was - produced by...

Album Review: Frank Turner – Songbook

Frank Turner has been a household name for over twelve years, a singer who brings classic sounds to exceptional song-writing and somebody who has...

Album Review: Angel Olsen – Phases

Angel Olsen is back with a special new release of B-sides, rarities and outtakes titled Phases. The intimate, acoustic attitude is displayed immediately from...

Album Review: Langhorne Slim – Lost At Last Vol. 1

I really love Langhorne Slim. I saw him at the Troubadour earlier this year, playing a solo set alone with his guitar. He was...

Live Review: Lucy Rose – Oran Mor, Glasgow

Moving to a new city can be difficult for some people, especially one as cold and wet as Glasgow (I believe the word is...