Saturday, July 20, 2019

EP Review: Josh Arbour – Josh Arbour

With the first twang of sugar-sweet gravel in Josh Arbour’s voice on Corinne, the first track on his self-titled debut EP, Arbour announces his...

Album Review: Conor Oberst – Ruminations

Conor Oberst’s unique, masterful, vocal croaking’s are back for another solo album. Ruminations is Oberst in his rawest, purest, most acoustic and honest moments...

Review: Lucy Rose – Barfly, Camden

The Camden Barfly, to me, has always epitomised the London life I longed for when living in Norfolk, before I moved close to London...

Live Review: Michael Kiwanuka & Bedouine – The Lowry, Salford

Last Wednesday night, Salford’s Lowry Theatre was whipped into a frenzy as it hosted both Bedouine and Michael Kiwanuka in a night of two...

Album Review: St. Vincent – St. Vincent

  Not only is Annie Clark - aka St. Vincent - undeniably cool, she’s also remarkably talented. Alongside channeling Einstein chic through her kickass new...

Album Review: Local Natives – Sunlit Youth

Made famous by Wide Eyes, the opening track from their debut album Gorilla Manor, Local Natives are known for providing their fans, (or the general alternative-indie-rock enjoying...

Album Review: Nick Mulvey – First Mind

Nick Mulvey’s debut solo album First Mind, is nothing short of exquisite. Individually, each track on the album is a force to be reckoned...

Review: Andrew Bird – Break It Yourself

Recorded in Andrew Bird's barn, Break it Yourself holds a sense of spontaneity, an innate feeling of sincerity. The quality and talent exhibited on...

Review: Nick Mulvey And Laura Marling – The Lowry, Salford

On a fresh and Autumnal evening, as September (and Summer pretty much) drew to a close, ex-Portico Quartet member and now solo singer-songwriter Nick...

Review: Lianne La Havas – Brighton

Waiting eagerly underneath the intimate caverns of Brighton’s seafront venue Coalition, was a dense, maximum capacity turnout for Lianne La Havas. Championed by Bon...