Sunday, June 16, 2019

Review: Joe Innes And The Cavalcade – The Frighteners

  Knowingly, from the start, I was going to enjoy this album, thanks to their websites teaser tracks: Pet Cemetery and The Frighteners. However, I wasn't...

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: Planes On Paper – Edge Markings

The days of Summer are closing in, and that leaves us with one very important task: finding the right Fall albums to soundtrack the...

Review: Jenny Owen Youngs – An Unwavering Band Of Light

An Unwavering Band Of Light is Jenny Owen Young's third studio album, and is another step forward on the road to musical greatness for the singer/songwriter...

Review: Bon Iver – Manchester Apollo

Bon Iver have been a busy bunch recently, touring the States in support of their recently released, self-titled album. After giving the UK a...

Album Review: Jim James – Tribute To 2

Only Jim James can make a covers album seem so brand new and fresh that his reimagined versions of classic songs will sound like...

Review: London Folkfest – Day 3 At The Bedford, Balham

Folk festivals in pubs have come a long way from the hands-on-ear, Vin Garbutt and Martin Carthy folk clubs of the 1970s. These days you'd...

EP Review: Margo Price – Weakness

With a surprise release, Margo Price has released a 4 song EP entitled Weakness that cements her new legacy as a great songwriter with a...

Album Review: The War On Drugs – A Deeper Understanding

Following the release of Adam Granduciel's landmark project Lost In The Dream in March 2014, the third record from his band The War On Drugs and...

Review: Beach House – Bloom

In one way or another, Beach House records have always sought simplicity. From ticking drum machines and sharp keys in 2006’s Beach House, Beach...