Friday, October 30, 2020

Review: Paul Thomas Saunders – Descartes Highlands

For those of you out there who have a tendency to get a bit stressed out on the odd occasion and may need calming...

Review: Stefan Melbourne – EP-01

Manchester-based Stefan Melbourne is gracefully stepping onto the folk-radar. Melbourne recently released a two song record, EP-01, which blends country and folk and pulls...

Review & Interview: Marcus Foster – Stanley Theatre, Liverpool

For those of you who are familiar with Marcus Foster, you will know that you certainly cannot accuse the man for a lack of...

Review: Iron & Wine – Ghost On Ghost

Ghost On Ghost is Sam Beam's fifth studio album as Iron & Wine. It is another sonic stride away from the beautiful low-fi campfire...

Review: Joyce The Librarian – They May Put Land Between Us

  Joyce The Librarian, a dreamy folk/acoustic quartet from Bristol have now an ethereal debut to their name; They May Put Land Between Us, released on...

Review: Jens Lekman – I Know What Love Isn’t

  It doesn’t seem that long since we last heard Jens’ brand of melancholic Swedish pop, but that may be because 31 year old Jens...

New Release: This Is The Kit – Moonshine First Goes EP

This Is The Kit have announced details of a new EP, a collection of four tracks from their sensational 2017 record Moonshine Freeze Talking about the...

New Release & Video: Beach House – Dark Spring

With their much–anticipated new album 7 due for release next month, Beach House have shared an immersive video for Dark Spring, the opening track...

New Release & Video: Jim James – Uniform Distortion / Just...

Jim James has announced details a brand new record, titled Uniform Distortion Released June 29th, the My Morning Jacket frontman has also unveiled the first single...

New Release Premiere: Luke Daniels – Don’t You Worry Bout A...

Today, Luke Daniels releases his sensational take on the Stevie Wonder classic Don't You Worry Bout A Thing, and we're delighted to bring you the exclusive...