Thursday, February 20, 2020

New Artwork And Tracklisting: Ben Howard

Above is the beeeautiful new album artwork for Ben Howard's debut album, Every KingdomAnd below is the tracklisting!Old PineDiamondsThe WolvesEverythingOnly LoveThe FearKeep Your Head UpBlack...

New Release: The Decemberists

The Decemberists are set to release a new download EP!The Portland indie-folksters have recorded a live 8-track piece of their recent iTunes Session in...

Live: S. Carey Announces UK Tour

S. Carey - member of Bon Iver and all-round great talent - recently announced the release of his new solo record, via the mighty Jagjaguwar And...

New Release: Feldspar – Young And Invincible

Feldspar have returned with a new single! This is Young And Invincible, due for release on February 24th... [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/129715111" params="auto_play=false&hide_related=false&visual=true" width="100%" height="150" iframe="true" /] They will also celebrate...

New Video: Hurray For The Riff Raff – St. Roch Blues

Here is a stunning new video from Hurray For The Riff Raff Leading lady Alynda Lee Segarra joins regular collaborators Yosi Perlstein and Casey McAllister, as well...

Review: Father John Misty – Fear Fun

  When talking about his pseudonym, Father John Misty, the former drummer and component of Fleet Foxes, Josh Tillman, paraphrases a quote from Phillip Roth’s...

Review: Jenny Owen Youngs – An Unwavering Band Of Light

An Unwavering Band Of Light is Jenny Owen Young's third studio album, and is another step forward on the road to musical greatness for the singer/songwriter...

Album Review: Jeffrey Lewis – A Turn In The Dream-Songs

Jeffrey Lewis is constantly dwelling on his lack of commercial success and his peripheral cult status. I wonder if he'd be happy, though, if he...

Review: To Kill A King – Scala, London

To Kill A King (TKAK) arrived at Scala this past Wednesday night, flying high. On the back of a sold out tour with Bastille,...

Review: Keaton Henson – Sweetheart, What Have You Done To Us?

It was never Keaton Henson’s intention to release his music to the public, with his debut album Dear originally designed as a birthday present for...