Monday, February 17, 2020

Review: The Staves – The Motherlode

The Staves sound like three early Laura Marlings singing together. I'm sure it must get really annoying, as three individuals writing new, lovely music, to...

Review: Poor Moon – Poor Moon

I have been waiting with anticipation for Poor Moon’s self titled debut album since the release of their first EP Illusion, which was released...

Review: Rae Morris – Grow

  With a status that seems to be growing each day and a voice as big as her hair, Rae Morris, since appearing on the...

Review: Rae Morris – From Above EP

If, like me, you have been waiting for Rae Morris' new EP since she first gave us word of it, and if you have...

Album Review: Pieta Brown – Paradise Outlaw

Paradise Outlaw is US singer/songwriter Pieta Brown’s sixth studio album, and her third on Red House Records. A record produced by Pieta and recorded...

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...

Album Review: Fionn Regan – The Meetings Of The Waters

After nearly half a decade away, a move to the Irish countryside and a consideration of hanging up his musical gloves for a full time move into visual...

Live Review: Sylvan Esso – BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn Festival

Sylvan Esso returned to the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn Festival stage a couple of weeks ago in support of their latest full length album What...

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...

Album Review: Jarle Skavhellen – The Ghost In Your Smile

Jarle Skavhellen’s debut album, The Ghost In Your Smile, is a masterfully authentic marriage of modern and classic folk. Heartfelt, hypnotic, and earthy yet...