Sunday, August 18, 2019

A Day And A Night With: The Lake Poets – St....

‘A Day And A Night With…’ is our feature where we spend some quality time with one of our favourite bands or artists –...

Live Review: Kathryn Williams – Cluny 2, Newcastle

St Patrick’s Day, 2017, “let’s make this the quietest place on the Earth today,” states Kathryn Williams and this is what this gig was....

Josiah Johnson & Planes On Paper – Mercury Lounge, NYC

Planes On Paper produce an unmatched, hypnotizing chemistry that is fuelled by Navid Eliot’s soulful guitar rhythms and Jen Borst’s captivating harmonic blend. The...

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: Shakey Graves – Brooklyn Steel, NYC

Shakey Graves has made his way into the indie folk rock spotlight with his unashamed stage presence and dominant vocals. This Austin Texan brings...

Live Review: Fleet Foxes – Manchester Apollo

In my most recent review of a live act, I commented that if a performance inspires you to follow every member of the band...

Live Review: The National – Sounds Of The City, Manchester

Manchester's Sounds Of The City - set in the 8,000-capacity city-centre Castlefield Bowl, has offered up some real gems this year. From...

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: The Weepies – The Highline Ballroom, NYC

Deb Talan and Steve Tannen don’t just sing to you when you’re at one of their shows. They weep. Although they’re soft, mellow aura...

Live Review: Bryde – Camden Assembly, London

“We love you Birdy,” shouted one gig goer...if that was the gig they were after then they would still have been pleasantly surprised at...