Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Live Review: Michele Stodart – The Cluny 2, Newcastle

Bare in mind that not many people ever turn up for the support acts, local lass and first support for the evening Rhona Dalling...

Review: Laura Marling – Once I Was An Eagle

You'd be hard pushed to find a more prominent folk musician in the British music industry than Laura Marling, and she has long since...

Live Review: The Tallest Man On Earth – Albert Hall, Manchester

Kristian Matsson AKA The Tallest Man on Earth bounds on to Albert Hall's lofty stage and takes the generous applause for a...

Album Review: Gymnast – Wild Fleet

Give or take a week, it's been exactly two years since Manchester-duo Gymnast played Thank Folk For That Live in their hometown, alongside Farao...

Album Review: Ray LaMontagne – Part Of The Light

One of my favorite artists returns this week, with his seventh studio album, titled Part Of The Light. With only nine tracks recorded at...

Live Review: Matthew & The Atlas – Union Chapel, London

Generally speaking, Islington’s Union Chapel is a venue for which a lot of artists reserve their most stripped back sets, toying with new dynamics...

New Video: Villagers – Everything I Am Is Yours

Taken from Villagers' exceptional third record Darling Arithmetic, released today (and reviewed here), Conor O'Brien has revealed the new video, for the incredibly beautiful new single, Everything I Am...

Album Review: John Craigie – Asterisk The Universe

As the son of a US Air Force general, it is probably safe to assume that John...

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...

Favourites 2014!

2014 has been a funny ol' year - many ups, many downs! But what is certain, is that there have been some glorious record releases...
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