Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Live Review: Cedric Burnside – St. Mary’s A Creative Space, Chester

Having a tangible structure to a show may seem too premeditated for artistic endeavour to be truly appreciated, but tonight in this...

Live Review: First Aid Kit – Town Hall, NYC

Klara and Johanna Söderberg are the genius sister indie-folk duo more famously known as First Aid Kit. Recently they passed through New York City...

Live Review: Tony Njoku – Montague Arms, London

Once in a while, an artist will come to you and you just have no words but a feeling. Tony Njoku is one such...

Live Review: Thea Gilmore – The Sage, Gateshead

Blake Dunlop, remember that name. He was the night's opening act and he was pure entertainment. Even with technical hitches he saw the bright...

Live Review: The Wood Brothers – Webster Hall, NYC

This was not my first time seeing The Wood Brothers but I think it may have been my first time seeing them in an...

Live Review: The Staves – Gorilla, Manchester

In the week following the horrific attack in our city, it was wonderful to see such a packed and joyful crowd coming out on...

Live Review: Shakey Graves – Terminal 5, NYC

A few weekends ago, Shakey Graves brought his raging vocals and aggressive singer/songwriter spirit to Terminal 5 in Manhattan, New York. What made the...

Live Review: Norma Jean Martine – Servant Jazz Quarters, London

How do you even begin to describe Norma Jean Martine? She has a bit of blues, she has a bit of pop, she has...

Live Review: The Shires – The Sage, Gateshead

What a way to extend the weekend than by seeing British country-music darlings The Shires play a packed out Sage Hall on the last...

Live Review: Joseph – Music Hall Of Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY

There’s an unbeatable, natural chemistry between members of a musical group if their DNA matches. A lot of current bands are comprised of musicians...