Wednesday, April 24, 2019

New Video: Stefan Melbourne – Something Of Mine

Our friend Stefan Melbourne returns this year with a brand new EP - The Way We Fall And now he unveils the first single to be...

New Video: William Fitzsimmons – Fortune

A couple of weeks ago, William Fitzsimmons stated his return, by announcing the release of his new album Lions - due February 17th He also revealed his new...

New Release & Video: Eleanor Friedberger – In Between Stars

Eleanor Friedberger will release her new album, Rebound, on May 4th A video is now available for the album’s dazzling first song, In Between Stars,...

Review: Sam Airey – A Marker And A Map

The Welsh-born, Leeds-based Sam Airey has certainly started to turn heads as of late, supporting the likes of Willy Mason, Anais Mitchell, Lucy Rose...

Review: Laura Gibson – La Grande

Is it just me, or does the month of January seem to bring a degree of slight despondency? Your clothes are that little bit...

Review: Laura Marling – Once I Was An Eagle

You'd be hard pushed to find a more prominent folk musician in the British music industry than Laura Marling, and she has long since...

Review: Ben Howard – Burgh Island

Esmeralda begins the Burgh Island EP with a much darker tone than the Mercury Prize nominated Every Kingdom album. The vast contrast is not only heard...

Review: Grizzly Bear – Shields

  Shields presents another bold, textured masterpiece from the extraordinary Brooklinites, Grizzly Bear. Shields sits somewhere between the understated majesty of Yellow House and the kaleidoscopic exuberance of Veckatimest. The album...

Review: Peasant – The Vortex, London

In a small room overlooking Gillett Square, buried deep in Dalston, is the most intimate of venues: the Vortex Jazz Club. As I sat...

New Release & Video: Night Flight – Carousel EP / Parade

London-based band Night Flight return with the news of their second EP Carousel - released June 1st, along with the release of new single Parade -...