Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Album Review: Wardruna – Kvitravn

Following their last release in 2018, another album has been eagerly awaited by all Wardruna fans. The...

Album Review: Langhorne Slim – Strawberry Mansion

Every facet of life at the moment appears to be characterised via the impact of the global...

TFFT Favourite Albums Of The Year 2020

Ah 2020 - what a year! So much fun had by all. Really, we don't know where to start! Oh wait, no...it...

Album Review: M. Ward – Think Of Spring

M Ward’s album of Billie Holiday covers, Think of Spring, does away with the strings and brass...

Album Review: Lambchop – TRIP

Last year, when we were all allowed to be in the same room as each other, Kurt...

Album Review: Donovan Woods – Without People

Canadian singer-songwriter Donovan Wood’s seventh studio album solidifies the artist’s ability to effortlessly straddle genres of folk,...

Album Review: Northcote – Let Me Roar

If Northcote’s last album embodied the feeling of movement, flight and change, their most recent release, Let...

Album Review: Jeff Tweedy – Love Is The King

There are two ways of listening to this album – one as a stand alone solo record,...

Album Review: Keaton Henson – Monument

Keaton Henson writes music that makes you feel guilty for listening to it. It feels almost too...

Album Review: The Mountain Goats – Getting Into Knives

For many, it was the earthy lo-fi of earlier releases that proved to be the unique selling...