Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Album Review: Frank Turner – Songbook

Frank Turner has been a household name for over twelve years, a singer who brings classic sounds to exceptional song-writing and somebody who has...

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: Langhorne Slim – Lost At Last Vol. 1

I really love Langhorne Slim. I saw him at the Troubadour earlier this year, playing a solo set alone with his guitar. He was...

EP Review: V Torres – Real Life Love

I caught V Torres’ performance at the Hotel Café in Hollywood this past weekend, where she was celebrating the release of her new solo...

EP Review: The Wandering Hearts – Burning Bridges

Americana’s newest sweethearts, The Wandering Hearts, release their third single Burning Bridges this week, with three extra acoustic tracks to form their first EP release. Burning Bridges,...

Album Review: Julien Baker – Turn Out The Lights

Julien Baker’s Turn Out The Lights is a sombre exploration of religion, self-doubt and sexuality – the vocals are willowy, the vibe is emo-esque. This is...

Album Review: Margo Price – All American Made

On Margo Price's second full length album All American Made - we are treated to fourteen new alternative country tracks and a truly exceptional rising-star...

Album Review: Gill Landry – Love Rides A Dark Horse

On his second solo album, Gill Landry bares his soul through a deeply personal, elegant collection of tracks that functions like a song cycle...

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...

EP Review: Isaac Gracie – The Death Of You & I

Short and sweet; Isaac Gracie’s EP The Death Of You & I is a solid release. Isaac Gracie’s sound is polished and his future...