Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Live Review: Robyn Sherwell & Jono McCleery – Bush Hall, London

Monday night at Bush Hall was quite a relaxed affair, with many choosing to sit on the floor when support act Robyn Sherwell took...

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...

Album Review: John Paul White – The Hurting Kind

I am late to the John Paul White game, never mind that other band, but when I...

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: Isaac Gracie – Isaac Gracie

Starting with a heartbeat, Terrified opens the debut album from Isaac Gracie, and what a statement it is to mark his place in the...

Review: The Wooden Sky – The Slaughtered Lamb, London

There was a great deal of excitement surrounding Toronto’s The Wooden Sky’s gig at the Slaughtered Lamb in London. As one of London’s most...

Review: Justin Townes Earle – Nothing’s Gonna Change the Way You...

Justin Townes Earle’s rise to prominence has been a gradual process of evolution and abuse. His previous issues with drink and drugs have been...

Album Review: First Aid Kit – Ruins

First Aid Kit are back with a new album, released 19th January, displaying their harmonisation and folk sounds on Ruins. The Söderberg sisters first came...

Review: Paper Aeroplanes – The Slaughtered Lamb, London

Paper Aeroplanes are the duo Sarah Howells and Richard Llewellyn. They've been rising to prominence recently with significant airplay on BBC Radio One (Huw...

Album Review: Little May – For The Company

The very first band to take the stage this past summer at the Seaside Heights Gentlemen Of The Road Stopover was an Australian indie folk-pop...