Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Album Review: Damien Rice – My Favourite Faded Fantasy

On the 3rd November, the music industry recovered from the eight year hiatus from the incredible, powerful artist Damien Rice with his new album...

Review: Green Man Festival 2016

What do you get, if you put together a late night pop dungeon with Charlotte Church, a field dedicated to science experiments, a hot-tub...

Festivals: Green Man Festival 2017 Review

15 years in, it's fair to say that Green Man have pretty much perfected the art of hosting a weekend that caters for all...

Live Review: Dispatch – The Troubadour, Los Angeles

Boston-based indie legends Dispatch stopped at the iconic Troubadour in Los Angeles last weekend on their North American tour. TFFT caught the show on...

Album Review: Ray LaMontagne – Part Of The Light

One of my favorite artists returns this week, with his seventh studio album, titled Part Of The Light. With only nine tracks recorded at...

Album Review: Death Cab For Cutie – Thank You For Today

On album number nine, Thank You For Today, Death Cab For Cutie presents a powerful comeback from the previous experiment on the last record Kintsugi....

Album Review: Beirut – Gallipoli

At its best, Beirut feels like music made for the wandering, for the vagabonds who lead a...

Album Review: Iron & Wine And Calexico – Years To Burn

14 years is a long time to wait for more genius musical material from this kick ass...

Album Review: Peggy Sue – Acrobats

Gritty gritty grit grit. I like you, Peggy Sue. With a significant shift in mood and instrumentation from their first record Fossils and Other Phantoms, this second...

Review: Meg Baird – Café OTO, London

Café OTO is trendy and totally knows it. It doesn’t even bother having the lights on most of the time (too obvious), and everyone shuffles...