Thursday, April 26, 2018

Live Review: Stornoway – The Farewell Tour, Manchester

Saying goodbye is never particularly easy, and when it's to a band that have been creating a soundtrack to parts of your life for...

Live Review: Matthew & The Atlas – Union Chapel, London

Generally speaking, Islington’s Union Chapel is a venue for which a lot of artists reserve their most stripped back sets, toying with new dynamics...

Live Review: Cloves – Omeara, London

What a night this was to be. Firstly, Cloves was down for her first headline London show and then Jade Bird was announced as...

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: Bear’s Den – The Bowery Ballroom, NYC

Bravo, Bear’s Den. For those who have and haven’t seen this dynamic British folk band live, there’s no doubt these guys exceeded everyone’s already...

Live Review: Conor Oberst – The Albert Hall, Manchester

This gig, billed as an intimate audience with Conor Oberst, felt like it could have gone one of two ways. The first, a gripping...

Live Review: The Blue Eyed Bettys – Rockwood Music Hall, NYC

I have to admit that I have been a fan following The Blue Eyed Betty's since they first started playing in New York City....

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 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...