Tuesday, April 24, 2018

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: 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...

Album Review: Will Johnson – Hatteras Night, A Good Luck Charm

Listening to Will Johnson’s latest album Hatteras Night, A Good Luck Charm, my imagination was flooded with imagery: lamplight in the desert, abrasively hot...

Live Review: This Is The Kit – Baby’s All Right, Brooklyn...

Kate Stables, frontwoman and songwriting goddess of This Is The Kit, brought her soothing and electrified vibes to Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn, NY...

Album Review: Julien Baker – Turn Out The Lights

Julien Baker’s Turn Out The Lights is a sombre exploration of religion, self-doubt and sexuality – the vocals are willowy, the vibe is emo-esque. This is...

Album Review: Jonathan Wilson – Gentle Spirit

Jonathan Wilson is certainly not new to the music scene, despite Gentle Spirit being his debut solo album. Born in North Carolina, 1974, Wilson...

Album Review: Bombay Bicycle Club – A Different Kind Of Fix

 Every time I listen to Bombay Bicycle Club, I remember the first time I heard them. My (then) boyfriend and I were driving west...

Review: Dry The River – Shallow Bed

So what is folk? Many have debated the issue, and on the basis of their debut long player, Dry The River don't know either,...

Review: Lanterns On The Lake – The Deaf Institute, Manchester

The Newcastle sextet Lanterns On The Lake were the latest band to occupy the delightful Deaf Institute on a chilly Sunday evening in Manchester. Support...