Sunday, March 7, 2021

Review: No Direction Home Festival

A new kid on the block this, but one with heritage.  End of the Road has established itself as one of the best small...

Album Review: Bonny Light Horseman – Bonny Light Horseman

While singer/songwriter Anais Mitchell has devoted the majority of her time as the creator of Tony Award-winning musical 'Hadestown', based on her...

Live Review: Stella Donnelly – Yes, Manchester

Stella Donnelly is an absolute star! Her performance this evening in Yes' accommodating Pink Room demonstrates why impeccable stage craft tied to...

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...

Album Review: Strand Of Oaks – Eraserland

Timothy Showalter, AKA Strand Of Oaks, is nothing if not a wearer of hearts on sleeves. Previous...

Album Review: Benjamin Booker – Witness

If you think that punk or poetry have no power in the twenty first century, you haven’t been paying attention to artists like Benjamin...

Review: The Wilderness Of Manitoba – The Slaughtered Lamb, London

The Wilderness of Manitoba were something of a phenomenon at last year's End Of The Road Festival, making the informal piano stage their own...

Album Review: Andrew Combs – Ideal Man

Despite still residing in Nashville, the connotations of this fact are becoming more deceptive with every new...

Live Review: Lucy Spraggan – Newcastle Student’s Union

Arriving for the last song of Soham De, the first support of the night, you could feel there was something magical inside this particular...

Review: Washington Irving – Palomides Volume 1

If you consider yourself one of those music aficionados who likes to “break” new music to your friends and family, here’s one for you....