Sunday, June 26, 2022

Album Review: Ólöf Arnalds – Palme

  Ólöf Arnalds’ fourth offering is much more produced than her previous albums ,Við og Við (2007), Innundir Skinni (2009) and Sudden Elevation (2013). For the making of...

Album Review: Ward Thomas – Restless Minds

Restless Minds, the follow-up to debut album From Where We Stand (2014) and Cartwheels (2016), is Ward...

TFFT Favourite Albums Of The Year 2017

2017 has been a wonderful year for music, with the return of favourites Fleet Foxes and Fionn Regan, incredible emerging artists such as Wilsen...

Album Review: Marcus Foster – Nameless Path

I must say, I do enjoy the manly manliness of Marcus Foster’s voice, all gravel and phwoar. An occasionally overwhelming range of influences and musical...

Review: Feldspar – The Flat And Paper Sky Vol II

  After the success of their first EP The Flat And Paper Sky Vol I, winning them fans at Radio 2 and causing their impressive...

Album Review: Leon Bridges – Good Thing

Slick and soulful, Leon Bridges’ Good Thing is just about the best album around at the moment. No really, it is. Sure it might not...

EP Review: Isaac Gracie – The Death Of You & I

Short and sweet; Isaac Gracie’s EP The Death Of You & I is a solid release. Isaac Gracie’s sound is polished and his future...

Live Review: Whitney – Albert Hall, Manchester

In support of the latest record Forever Turned Around, released earlier this year, Chicago's Whitney arrived in Manchester on a chilly but...

Album Review: Keaton Henson – Romantic Works

Romantic Works is the recent, unexpected release from 26 year old artist Keaton Henson. This sudden release is a collaboration with cellist Ren Ford and...

Review: Thea Gilmore And Sandy Denny

A posthumous collaborative effort is bound to raise some cynical and apprehensive eyebrows. When Sandy Denny is involved, an artist commonly perceived as a...
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