Friday, January 24, 2020

Album Review: Jesse Malin – New York Before The War

  Jesse Malin is a native New Yorker and releases a very vibey new album on One Little Indian on 30th March. He’s over in the...

Festival Review: Green Man Festival 2018

What better way to spend the last little spurts of Summer than by attending one of the most highly-anticipated events of the year? We...

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...

Album Review: Bruce Hornsby – Absolute Zero

Twenty-one albums in and Bruce Hornsby is a world away from his 1986 belter 'The Way It...

Live Review: Brooke Bentham – Surf Café, Tynemouth

On completing her degree of Popular Music at London’s Goldsmiths University, Brooke Bentham returned to her North East roots for her debut EP launch...

Live Review: Charles Esten – The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Charles Esten IS Deacon Claybourne. This is the only reason why folk bedecked in ten-gallon hats and suede fringe jackets are here...

Live Review: Caitlin Rose – Manchester Academy 3

Just to clarify this is indeed a review of Caitlin Rose's recent performance in Manchester - however it must begin with a brief mention...

Review: Nathaniel Rateliff – The Soup Kitchen, Manchester

The last time I had the greatest of fortunes to see Nathaniel Rateliff play live, it was the Summer of 2011, and he was...

Album Review: Little May – For The Company

The very first band to take the stage this past summer at the Seaside Heights Gentlemen Of The Road Stopover was an Australian indie folk-pop...

Live Review: Nick Mulvey – Albert Hall, Manchester

2014 was a helluva year for Nick Mulvey. Throughout the twelve months he released his sensational debut album First Mind, sold out shows across the country,...