Monday, February 19, 2018

Favourites 2011!

Here at TFFT, we like to mix things up a bit! And decided that, instead of telling you what the best folky EP or album...

Review: The Unthanks – Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury

The Gulbenkian Theatre, located on the UKC Canterbury Campus, has really nice seats. Outside the air is cold and the traffic is frankly ridiculous....

Review: Joseph And David – Rise Up The Sun

To an extent, I'd be tempted to keep this review very short and sweet, with a clear but very heartfelt declaration, along the lines...

Live: Lanterns On The Lake

Lanterns On The Lake have announced some brand new live dates for next year The North-Easterners will play.... York, The Duchess - January 11th London, Cargo - 12th Cambridge,...

Review: Meg Baird – Café OTO, London

Café OTO is trendy and totally knows it. It doesn’t even bother having the lights on most of the time (too obvious), and everyone shuffles...

Review: Dan Mangan – Oh Fortune

Oh Fortune immediately strikes of ambition from the very first note. Where previously Dan Mangan had relied more often than not upon his acoustic strumming,...

Review: Lanterns On The Lake – The Deaf Institute, Manchester

The Newcastle sextet Lanterns On The Lake were the latest band to occupy the delightful Deaf Institute on a chilly Sunday evening in Manchester. Support...

Interview: Samantha Crain

Nostalgia is a wonderful thing I think, and something which Samantha Crain’s new album You (Understood) has in abundance.  As with most albums, it...

Review: The Unthanks – Diversions Volume 1

The Unthanks describe Diversions Volume I: The Songs of Robert Wyatt and Anthony & the Johnsons as an exercise to bring them closer to the...

Review: Twenty-One Crows – Sons Of Liberty

Sons Of Liberty is the debut album from Brighton four piece Twenty-One Crows As the artwork suggests, there's a dockside feel to this record, opening...