Sunday, January 26, 2020

Live Review: Vetiver – Yes, Manchester

The last time Vetiver were in Manchester was way back in 2015. That night, the San Francisco outfit played as a full...

Album Review: Lucas Laufen – I Know Where Silence Lives

Lucas Laufen grew up in a small fishing town in South Australia called Port Lincoln. As such,the sea plays a big part...

EP Review: Bear’s Den – Only Son of the Falling Snow

Intriguing and beautiful piano intros, mesmerising harmonies, acoustic guitar tones to die for, festive themes that we...

Live Review: Whitney – Albert Hall, Manchester

In support of the latest record Forever Turned Around, released earlier this year, Chicago's Whitney arrived in Manchester on a chilly but...

Live Review: The Tallest Man On Earth – Albert Hall, Manchester

Kristian Matsson AKA The Tallest Man on Earth bounds on to Albert Hall's lofty stage and takes the generous applause for a...

Live Review: Sunflower Thieves – Surf Cafe, Tynemouth

Sunflower Thieves are duo Amy Illingworth and Lily Sturt-Bolshaw. They are childhood friends that have come to make music together and the...

Live Review: Joshua Radin & The Weepies – Gramercy Theater, NYC

This Fall, Joshua Radin and the Weepies have been touring the USA performing both of their intimate live acoustic acts. Two weeks...

Live Review: Swimming Tapes – Soup Kitchen, Manchester

I have to admit, I didn’t know too much about Swimming Tapes before attending this gig. Swimming Tapes are very much up-and-coming,...

Live Review: Of Monsters and Men – Manchester Academy 1

It's not often that we disagree here at Thank Folk For That, but the new record from Iceland's Of Monsters and Men...

Album Review: Cattle & Cane – Navigator

Cattle & Cane have had a few releases under their belt and all of a high standard,...