Monday, August 20, 2018

Review: Joseph And David – Rise Up The Sun

To an extent, I'd be tempted to keep this review very short and sweet, with a clear but very heartfelt declaration, along the lines...

Album Review: Vance Joy – Nation Of Two

Vance Joy’s second studio album Nation Of Two is a joyful, uplifting album filled with familiar guitar riffs and comforting vocals. While Vance has made...

Review: The Unthanks – Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury

The Gulbenkian Theatre, located on the UKC Canterbury Campus, has really nice seats. Outside the air is cold and the traffic is frankly ridiculous....

Review: Daughter – If You Leave

If You Leave is the much-anticipated full-length album from Daughter, the London-based trio of Elena Tonra, Igor Haefeli and Remi Aguilella. After a speedy rise...

Album Review: Matt Corby – Telluric

Australian singer-songwriter Matt Corby has just released his debut studio album Telluric, showcasing his haunting vocals and the power behind electronic production. After having...

Album Review: Gregory Alan Isakov – With The Colorado Symphony

  There’s a rich longing in the musical world of Gregory Alan Isakov that surpasses a folk singer with boots, some sort of western/cowboy-esque hat,...

Album Review: Snail Mail – Lush

In the past couple of years, a host of young, female-led indie-bands have been getting the music scene in a tizz, and 2018 is...

Album Review: The Shins – Heartworms

The alternative/indie rock sensation The Shins are back with new music, their first since 2012’s Port Of Morrow. After a five-year break from the...

Review: Rachel Sermanni – Black Currents

Rachel Sermanni is a name I have heard mentioned for a while now. I have seen numerous new releases, videos, reviews and features dedicated...

Album Review: The Weepies – Sirens

Music lovers cringe when a band they’ve loved for years catastrophically destroys its sound and style by releasing a dreadful attempt at true art....