Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Album Review: Laura Marling – Semper Femina

Semper Femina which translates to "always woman" in Spanish, is the title of British folk singer Laura Marling's latest album. She's been amused by...

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...

Album Review: Júníus Meyvant – Across The Borders

Júníus Meyvant's debut record Floating Harmonies opened with an extended instrumental, mixing film score styles including Bill...

Album Review: Passenger – Runaway

On his ninth studio album, Mike Rosenberg (aka Passenger), takes us on a road trip through America. This album truly feels like that and...

Album Review: Alison Krauss – Windy City

What is left to say about Alison Krauss that hasn't already been said? A 27-time Grammy Award winner, her legendary status on the country...

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...

Album Review: Keston Cobblers Club – Almost Home

“The idea was to go back to song writing in its simplicity, based around nostalgia and the idea of 'home'" - these are the...

Album Review: A Blaze Of Feather – A Blaze Of Feather

Rugged and mysterious, A Blaze Of Feather’s self-titled debut release is somewhat victorious. Notoriously enigmatic, the band are thus far as renowned for their...

Album Review: Villagers – The Art Of Pretending To Swim

Villagers' fourth studio album The Art Of Pretending To Swim is an understated yet exquisite record – easy on the ear, nourishing for the...

Album Review: Tim Hart – The Narrow Corner

Descending from the Australian folk-rock band Boy & Bear, Tim Hart steps out of the super rustic, folky box this time around with his...