Saturday, July 20, 2019

Album Review: Torgeir Waldemar – No Offending Borders

Torgeir Waldemar's second album, No Offending Borders, is an excellent combination of profound acoustic and classic rock sounds. While the majority of the album...

Album Review: Chris Stapleton – From A Room: Volume 1

It's been two years since the massive success of Chris Stapleton's first album Traveler and we've all been yearning for more music from the country...

Live Review: Lucy Spraggan – Newcastle Student’s Union

Arriving for the last song of Soham De, the first support of the night, you could feel there was something magical inside this particular...

Review: Other Lives – The Deaf Institute, Manchester

On a late Sunday evening, when we should really be wrapped up warm with a cocoa and some nonsense talent programme, particularly with a...

Review: Rachel Sermanni – Black Currents

Rachel Sermanni is a name I have heard mentioned for a while now. I have seen numerous new releases, videos, reviews and features dedicated...

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: Poor Moon – The Ruby Lounge, Manchester

With the Seattle-based Fleet Foxes taking time out from their heart-warming, bearded folk endeavours, space opened up this year for a number of its...

Review: Joe Innes And The Cavalcade – The Frighteners

  Knowingly, from the start, I was going to enjoy this album, thanks to their websites teaser tracks: Pet Cemetery and The Frighteners. However, I wasn't...

Review: Alessi’s Ark – The Still Life

When I think of Alessi's Ark, I think of a music industry veteran - someone who has been releasing critically acclaimed, beautiful, unpretentious folk...

Interview: Eliza And The Bear Talk To TFFT

Slap bang in the middle of their biggest headline tour to date, Eliza And The Bear spoke to TFFT, following their glorious headline show at...