Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Album Review: Van William – Countries

What better way to kick off 2k18 than by welcoming some fresh musical finds and revisiting old folky friends I hear you ask?! There...

Album Review: Haley Heynderickx – I Need To Start A Garden

The debut album by Mama Bird Recording artist Haley Heynderickx gives the Pacific Northwest (and the world) another healthy dose of the folk music...

Album Review: Jenny Lewis – On The Line

It's been almost five years since the colourful and flamboyant The Voyager and one senses that Jenny Lewis' rainbow suit and guitar...

Album Review: Will Stratton – Rosewood Almanac

From the first flutter of chirping birds on the first track of Rosewood Almanac, Will Stratton captivates the listener and carries them away on...

Album Review: The War On Drugs – A Deeper Understanding

Following the release of Adam Granduciel's landmark project Lost In The Dream in March 2014, the third record from his band The War On Drugs and...

Album Review: Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker – Seedlings All

“It’s not Chicago’s fault, that no one came to see me play,” Josienne Clarke sings as the soulful strum of Ben Walker’s guitar kicks...

Album Review: John Smith – Hummingbird

Presenting his sixth studio album, John Smith has decided to offer six of his favourite folk songs, one cover, and three original compositions. Smith...

Album Review: The National – I Am Easy To Find

Anyone who is a fan of, or has heard the work of The National before, will probably...

Album Review: Elbow – Little Fictions

It's almost nine years since The Seldom Seen Kid announced the breakthrough of Mancunian troubadours Elbow, with their witty and poetic, uplifting and anthemic hits including Grounds...

Review: The Avett Brothers – The Carpenter

    Oh, The Avett Brothers. What have you become? I And Love And You may have been the signal of a shift towards a sound that...