Saturday, July 11, 2020

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...

Album Review: Other Lives – Tamer Animals

Tamer Animals is the second full-length album from Oklahoma's Other Lives. Self-recorded in their hometown of Stillwater, the five-piece worked on this second record for...

Review: She & Him – A Very She & Him Christmas

Unless you’ve been living in a media-free hole, you’ve all probably noticed that Christmas is on its way. On the whole I generally take...

Review: Lambchop – Mr. M

Mr. M is Lambchop’s eleventh album. The story is that singer-songwriter-guitarist Kurt Wagner had given up music after the death of his friend Vic...

Review: Ellen And The Escapades & Paper Aeroplanes – The Lexington,...

I last saw Paper Aeroplanes on a cold wet evening in the hot sweaty basement of the Slaughtered Lamb. Three months later and a...

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...

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: Washington Irving – Palomides Volume 1

If you consider yourself one of those music aficionados who likes to “break” new music to your friends and family, here’s one for you....