Saturday, September 19, 2020

Review: Willy Mason – Carry On

Carry On, is Willy Mason’s third studio album. After looking forward to hearing this record after playing and replaying his previous EP’s and albums,...

Album Review: The Weepies – Sirens

Music lovers cringe when a band they’ve loved for years catastrophically destroys its sound and style by releasing a dreadful attempt at true art....

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...

Review: Dry The River – Weights And Measures

If you really want to experience this album, put your headphones on and turn it up as loud as it will go. That way...

Album Review: Khruangbin – Mordechai

Sitting down to listen to the new Khruangbin album, I find myself in an almost perfect setting....

Live Review: Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker – The Sage, Gateshead

“That cover of Sandy Denny was good, but not as good as Sandy Denny.” Josienne Clarke introduces Fotheringay from past reviews, mid-set. It was...

EP Review: Kid Sistr – Kid Sistr

Gritty, witty, and provocative, Kid Sistr’s self-titled EP challenges the hypermasculinity of alt rock with a tongue-in-cheek...

Album Review: Pierce Brothers – Atlas Shoulders

A debut album can often be a declaration of intent with a band. These are songs that an artist or band have crafted and...

Review: Green Man Festival 2016

What do you get, if you put together a late night pop dungeon with Charlotte Church, a field dedicated to science experiments, a hot-tub...

Album Review: Sharon Van Etten – Are We There

Songs, like smells, can trigger memories. There's always a handful of songs/artists that remind you of a specific person, place, or event. Sharon Van...