Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Album Review: Leif Vollebekk – New Ways

2017's Twin Solitude was an introspective affair, a self-reflective road trip with a sombre geography full of...

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: 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: Sturgill Simpson – Sound and Fury

A car door slams and a V8 engine is gunned into life before a scratchy FM radio...

EP Review: The Staves – Sleeping In A Car

Jessica, Camilla and Emily Staveley-Taylor have climbed a pretty path to the indie folk spotlight. Beginning their journey as the Watford local pub, open-mic,...

EP Review: Bear’s Den – Only Son of the Falling Snow

Intriguing and beautiful piano intros, mesmerising harmonies, acoustic guitar tones to die for, festive themes that we...

Album Review: Angel Olsen – Phases

Angel Olsen is back with a special new release of B-sides, rarities and outtakes titled Phases. The intimate, acoustic attitude is displayed immediately from...

Album Review: Marissa Nadler – For My Crimes

Marissa Nadler is at the top of her game. The artist releases her 8th studio album, For My Crimes, this week via Bella Union and...

Album Review: Chris Stapleton – From A Room: Volume 1

It's been two years since the massive success of Chris Stapleton's first album Traveler and we've all been yearning for more music from the country...

Album Review: Lucy Rose – Something’s Changing

Thank Folk favourite Lucy Rose is back with the release of her third studio album Something’s Changing; both old fans and new listeners would...