Sunday, May 26, 2019

Album Review: The Barr Brothers – Queens Of The Breakers

Queens Of The Breakers by The Barr Brothers is a gift - a passionate embrace of this band's intrepid musical approach. Uniquely ambient and...

Album Review: Jarle Skavhellen – The Ghost In Your Smile

Jarle Skavhellen’s debut album, The Ghost In Your Smile, is a masterfully authentic marriage of modern and classic folk. Heartfelt, hypnotic, and earthy yet...

Album Review: Pierce Brothers – Atlas Shoulders

A debut album can often be a declaration of intent with a band. These are songs that an artist or band have crafted and...

Album Review: Deep Throat Choir – Be Ok

Luisa Gerstein’s brainchild, all-female singing collective Deep Throat Choir have released an impressive debut album, Be Ok. Driven by the desire to strip her...

TFFT Favourite Albums Of The Year 2017

2017 has been a wonderful year for music, with the return of favourites Fleet Foxes and Fionn Regan, incredible emerging artists such as Wilsen...

Album Review: Jim James – Uniform Distortion

Most indie-rock fans are familiar with the name Jim James, as the front man of the critically-acclaimed band My Morning Jacket. James has released...

Album Review: Lily & Madeleine – Canterbury Girls

Nobody ever expects an artist or band to maintain the same musical style for ever. Young artists...

Album Review: Marlon Williams – Make Way For Love

A modern day Elvis is a fair assessment of the singer/songwriter tender style of New Zealander Marlon Williams. Recently, Marlon released his second full-length...

EP Review: Margo Price – Weakness

With a surprise release, Margo Price has released a 4 song EP entitled Weakness that cements her new legacy as a great songwriter with a...

Album Review: Courtney Marie Andrews – May Your Kindness Remain

Arguably the theme of May Your Kindness Remain is flaws - Courtney Marie Andrews’ flaws (“guess I’m rough, rough around the edges”), flaws in...