Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Album Review: Of Monsters And Men – Fever Dream

Fever Dream: a title that creates a tone in itself, sets expectations… will this album be a...

Album Review: Angie McMahon – Salt

The spine of much of Angie McMahon's Salt will surely have been on repeat for many of...

Album Review: The Flaming Lips – King’s Mouth

If we are being honest with ourselves, we would admit that some of the recent output from...

Live Review: Jack Savoretti & The Wandering Hearts – Mouth Of...

Starting in 2004, Mouth Of The Tyne Festival has grown from two nights of live music at The Priory to now a...

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...

Album Review: Various Artists – Tiny Changes: A Celebration of Frightened...

Just before noon on Sunday 27th June 2010, exceptionally hungover and thoroughly miserable, a friend enticed me...

Album Review: The Tallest Man On Earth – I Love You....

With one of the most distinctive voices in folk today, The Tallest Man On Earth releases the...

Live Review: Ryan Bingham – Gorilla, Manchester

The recently-released sixth studio album by Ryan Bingham is an absolute delight. Blending together a range of genres, American Love Song provides...

Album Review: Bedouine – Bird Songs Of A Killjoy

As the raindrops drip down the window on a wet Sunday afternoon in June, one questions when...

Live Review: Lucy Dacus – Yes, Manchester

Following in Julia Jacklin and Stella Donnelly's footsteps, Lucy Dacus' return to Manchester completes a trio of impressive shows Thank Folk For...