Saturday, July 20, 2019

Live Review: Hayes Carll – The Glee Club, Nottingham

The hangdog demeanour that Hayes Carll exhibits when he arrives on the Glee Club stage may be more exaggerated than usual; the...

Live Review: Angie McMahon – Night & Day Cafe, Manchester

Back in June 2018, Angie McMahon played one of the biggest shows of her young career when she graced the Royal Albert...

Album Review: Justin Townes Earle – The Saint Of Lost Causes

In the same way that Justin Townes Earle battled through a mis-spent youth which, by his own...

Album Review: The National – I Am Easy To Find

Anyone who is a fan of, or has heard the work of The National before, will probably...

Album Review: Matthew And The Atlas – Morning Dancer

As the first artist to be signed to Communion Records, Matthew Hegarty’s band Matthew And The Atlas...

Album Review: Weyes Blood – Titanic Rising

Have you cried lately? No? Then put on Titanic Rising and get to it. The newest album...

Album Review: Joy Williams – Front Porch

Joy Williams evokes her name in the beautifully written music on this record. Having been a fan...

Live Review: Stella Donnelly – Yes, Manchester

Stella Donnelly is an absolute star! Her performance this evening in Yes' accommodating Pink Room demonstrates why impeccable stage craft tied to...

Album Review: The Mountain Goats – In League With Dragons

John Darnielle has made many, many records but this may be the first time he has written...

Album Review: Billie Marten – Feeding Seahorses By Hand

Billie Marten has been on our radar since 2014, when she came to the fore with the...