Thursday, January 28, 2021

Review: Kathleen Edwards – Ruby Lounge, Manchester

On a slow and steady Sunday, the sounds of Kathleen Edwards were our entertainment for the evening, as she strummed her guitar and sang...

Album Review: Mumford & Sons – Wilder Mind

When an album comes about by accident it can do a lot to a band, maybe be a hit and maybe be a miss....

Live Review: Swimming Tapes – Soup Kitchen, Manchester

I have to admit, I didn’t know too much about Swimming Tapes before attending this gig. Swimming Tapes are very much up-and-coming,...

Live: Father John Misty Extends UK Tour

Following the February announcement of two Autumn London shows, in support of his excellent record I Love You, Honeybear, Father John Misty has extended the tour, much...

Review: Pete Roe – Our Beloved Bubble

Our Beloved Bubble has been a long time coming. Pete Roe has been a mainstay of the British folk scene for a while now. He...

Review: Jenny O. – Home

  Jenny O’s Home is a beautifully quaint record, filled with all the charm and cheer that one might expect from a female folky/indie artist....

Album Review: Johnny Flynn – Sillion

Johnny Flynn’s long-awaited fourth studio album, Sillion, is a luscious and brooding exploration of the dimensions of what folk can be, tinted with elements...

Album Review: Courtney Marie Andrews – Honest Life

With a musical history that boasts of five studio albums at the age of 25, which included a stint on tour with the likes...

Album Review: John Paul White – The Hurting Kind

I am late to the John Paul White game, never mind that other band, but when I...

Album Review: Bryde – Like An Island

Bryde’s mesmerizing voice not only captures the hearts of her listeners, but also displays versatility throughout her album Like An Island, which teeters on...