Thursday, April 9, 2020

A Day And A Night With: The Lake Poets – St....

‘A Day And A Night With…’ is our feature where we spend some quality time with one of our favourite bands or artists –...

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...

Festivals: Green Man Festival 2019 Review

Now in its 17th year, Green Man Festival has developed and evolved from a small, grass-roots, folk-heavy gathering; to a four-day, 20,000-strong,...

Review: Johnny Flynn – Country Mile

Now prior to listening to this new release, I had only briefly stumbled across Johnny Flynn's duet The Water with Laura Marling and there...

Review: Jack Cheshire – Long Mind Hotel

Jack Cheshire’s third album Long Mind Hotel is a gem of psychedelic English folk, recently launched to an enraptured audience at the Servant Jazz Quarters...

Live Review: Nick Mulvey – Princess Pavilions, Falmouth

On Friday night, as the rain pounded and the waves crashed against Cornwall’s rugged coastline, Cambridge born and bred singer songwriter Nick Mulvey descended...

Live Review: The Weepies – The Highline Ballroom, NYC

Deb Talan and Steve Tannen don’t just sing to you when you’re at one of their shows. They weep. Although they’re soft, mellow aura...

Album Review: The Wandering Hearts – Wild Silence Deluxe Edition

I often wonder why artists release ‘new versions’ of albums but then there are occasions when it is done and you thank...

Album Review: Mumford & Sons – Wilder Mind

When an album comes about by accident it can do a lot to a band, maybe be a hit and maybe be a miss....

Album Review: Rayland Baxter – Wide Awake

It seems that the world of passable, digestible, indie-folk-pop is an ever-expanding landscape that continues to disappoint over time. With pretentious, pseudo-philosophical lyrics a...