Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Festival Review: Bushstock 2016

Set up by the brains behind Communion music, Bushstock is an annual one day event, showcasing the best emerging musical talent around. In recent...

Review: Jay Leighton – Hours

Jay Leighton’s debut album gets off to a foot-stomping start with the lead single Wish I Was Springsteen and powers through ten tracks of...

Album Review: Beach House – Depression Cherry

The hours of sunlight are drawing in, the leaves on the trees are turning a golden hue, and the air is getting just that...

Review: George Ezra – Art Bar, Oxford

Following his chinwag with Thank Folk For That, the excitement surrounding George Ezra's tour definitely trickled down into the live show later that evening,...

Album Review: Vena Portae – Vena Portae

Released on the 18th of August, Vena Portae is the debut release from Anglo-Swede trio Vena Portae; being established artists in their own right...

Review: Beach House – The Ritz, Manchester

On a dark, wet and windy evening in Manchester, the idea of a Beach House in any form was a wonderful image; be it...

Live Review: Joseph – Music Hall Of Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY

There’s an unbeatable, natural chemistry between members of a musical group if their DNA matches. A lot of current bands are comprised of musicians...

Album Review: Laura Marling – Semper Femina

Semper Femina which translates to "always woman" in Spanish, is the title of British folk singer Laura Marling's latest album. She's been amused by...

Review: Of Monsters And Men – My Head Is An Animal

It has been almost a year since My Head Is An Animal was released in the Icelandic sextet’s homeland, and since then, with a...

Review: The Wooden Sky – Every Child A Daughter, Every Moon...

  Three in the morning is still my favourite time of day. Even as I get older and my bed starts to call to me I cannot...