Wednesday, September 18, 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...

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...

Album Review: Hiss Golden Messenger – Hallelujah Anyhow

Following on from MC Taylor and band's sensational 2016 record Heart Like A Levee, Hiss Golden Messenger have returned with another rapturous and enlightening Americana folk album...

Album Review: S. Carey – Hundred Acres

Sean Carey is best known as the co-frontman of the critically-acclaimed indie-alternative folk ban Bon Iver, alongside Justin Vernon. What Bon Iver fans may...

Album Review: Jim James – Tribute To 2

Only Jim James can make a covers album seem so brand new and fresh that his reimagined versions of classic songs will sound like...

Review: The Slow Show – Brother

  The Slow Show are the kind of band that stop you in your tracks and make you listen. They have a unique sound and...

Review: Kathleen Edwards – Voyageur

Four albums in, the musical world starts to take proper notice of Kathleen Edwards. And, yes, it’s probably due, in no small part, to...

Review: Bob Dylan – M.E.N. Arena

This is the third time I have seen Bob Dylan live. I'd previously seen him on these kinds of arena tours in Manchester and...

Review: Woodpigeon – Thumbtacks and Glue

Allegedly named due to the word looking like a rollercoaster when written in cursive, the eight-piece ensemble that form Woodpigeon continue to impress with...