Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Review And Interview: Passenger – The Deaf Institute, Manchester

Passenger by name and very much so a passenger by nature, Mike Rosenberg is an artist that brings his own style of poignancy and...

Interview: Angus Stone Lets The Cat Out Of The Bag

As one half of Australian brother/sister duo Angus and Julia Stone, he may need no introduction, but you may be unaware of...

Interview: Luluc – Sculpting New Sounds

Australian indie-folk duo Luluc, comprised of Zoe Randell and Steve Hassett, have just released their new album Sculptor. This is the band's third full-length...

Interview: The Weepies – Bandmates, Parents, The Full Catastrophe

“She’ll be in, but if there’s howling she’s gonna be the designated driver.” This was Steve Tannen’s response when I asked him if Deb...

Interview: Dan Mangan

Recently, at his wonderful sold-out show in Manchester, Dan Mangan talked to TFFT about his past work and influences, his nominations for two Juno...

Interview: Paper Aeroplanes

Paper Aeroplanes, made up of Sarah Howells and Richard Llewellyn, have spent much of 2011 providing the globe with magnificent, delicate music, either through...

Interview: Pete Roe

If you don't know of Pete Roe's own music, you've probably seen him at some point playing with Laura Marling's band or Mumford &...

Interview: Bellowhead – The Lady: A Homage to Sandy Denny

  In the following weeks, a number of our favourite folk artists will be touring the country, showcasing Sandy Denny's entire musical legacy for the first...

Feature: Emma Frank – My 5 Biggest Influences

We're back with another ‘My 5 Biggest Influences’ feature this week! This time, we spoke to New York based...

Interview: Blue Rose Code

On a brisk, Sunday mid-morning I found myself traversing through the streets of Bethnal Green trying to find the quaint, and bustling, atmosphere of...