Friday, May 25, 2018

Review And Interview: Passenger – The Deaf Institute, Manchester

Passenger by name and very much so a passenger by nature, Mike Rosenberg is an artist that brings his own style of poignancy and...

Review: Latitude Festival 2012

'More than just a music festival' is Latitude's now-famous phrase, drawing attention to its wonderfully diverse and eclectic blend of poetry, literature, cabaret, music,...

EP Review: The Lake Poets – Honest Hearts

Multi-instrumentalist, artist and singer Martin Longstaff, aka The Lake Poets, wrote, performed and mixed Honest Hearts himself with the help of Mick Ross (mixing) and Mark...

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...

Album Review: Foy Vance – The Wild Swan

Foy Vance’s The Wild Swan is the smart and compact new studio album from the Northern Irish underdog. Musically, the album is faultless. Given the seal...

Live Review: A Valley Son – Mercury Lounge, NYC

My first introduction to A Valley Son was a very welcome one, as they took to the Mercury Lounge stage in support of The...

Live Review: Stornoway – The Farewell Tour, Manchester

Saying goodbye is never particularly easy, and when it's to a band that have been creating a soundtrack to parts of your life for...

Review: Lost In The Trees – A Church That Fits Our...

Lost in the Trees are a band who deal only on the grandest sonic scales. Their debut record Time Taunts Me was released in...

EP Review: Margo Price – Weakness

With a surprise release, Margo Price has released a 4 song EP entitled Weakness that cements her new legacy as a great songwriter with a...

Album Review: Johnny Flynn – Sillion

Johnny Flynn’s long-awaited fourth studio album, Sillion, is a luscious and brooding exploration of the dimensions of what folk can be, tinted with elements...