Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Live Review: Tony Njoku – Montague Arms, London

Once in a while, an artist will come to you and you just have no words but a feeling. Tony Njoku is one such...

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...

Review: Lucy Rose – The Ruby Lounge, Manchester

On a day when the whole country seemed to fall to pieces, a number of us were fortunate to stay unaware of the events...

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...