Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Live Review: Leon Bridges – Academy, Manchester

On Wednesday night, Manchester audiences were treated to a night of class and sophistication of the hippest order. As Leon Bridges graced the stage...

Album Review: Father John Misty – God’s Favorite Customer

The very first line of Father John Misty’s new album God’s Favorite Customer captures his satirical yet soulful song-making skills. “Sun is rising” he...

Live Review: Conor Oberst – Carnegie Hall, NYC

On Thanksgiving eve, Conor Oberst graced the audience at Carnegie Hall in New York City with two intimate, solo sets of music. To open...

Review: Joyce The Librarian – They May Put Land Between Us

  Joyce The Librarian, a dreamy folk/acoustic quartet from Bristol have now an ethereal debut to their name; They May Put Land Between Us, released on...

Live Review: The Staves – Rough Trade NYC Brooklyn

Camilla, Jessica and Emily Staveley-Taylor used to be open-mic regulars at The Horns, their local pub in Watford. One night their friend shortened their...

Live Review: Ben Howard – O2 Apollo, Manchester

Last week, Ben Howard played two sell out shows to eager fans at Manchester’s 02 Apollo. Audiences over the two nights were...

Live Review: Fleet Foxes – Manchester Apollo

Off the back of their stunning new release, Helplessness Blues, and more recently a quite sensational set on Glastonbury's Other Stage last Friday, the...

Review: Nathaniel Rateliff – Falling Faster Than You Can Run

If you're not familiar with Nathaniel Rateliff, here's a quick primer. He's a talent. He writes amazing songs with enveloping stories that make you...

Live Review: Jake Houlsby – The Mining Institute, Newcastle

On the release day of his new EP Vondelpark, Jake Houlsby headlined Newcastle’s Mining Institute. It seemed a pretty big affair as just before showtime, extra...

Album Review: Bella Hardy – With The Dawn

  Bella Hardy’s seventh album, With The Dawn, is her first since being awarded the BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer Of The Year award. The...