Saturday, August 15, 2020

Album Review: Mt. Joy – Rearrange Us

The benefits of releasing a new record in stages seem dubious. It may create awareness within a potential target audience or build...

Album Review: Bryde – The Volume Of Things

Sarah Howells' debut album under the moniker Bryde, back in 2018, seemed like a dramatic shift following...

Album Review: Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit – Reunions

You'll probably be coming to a new Jason Isbell record with particular expectations and so does the...

Album Review: Car Seat Headrest – Making a Door Less Open

Where to begin… the new record by Car Seat Headrest has been slowly marinating for almost five...

Album Review: Laura Marling – Song For Our Daughter

In times of darkness, the light that shines through that can be so dramatic it knocks you...

Album Review: Pokey LaFarge – Rock Bottom Rhapsody

It seems that Pokey LaFarge albums have been ticking off particular sub-genres of what may loosely be called Americana since his self-released...

Album Review: M. Ward – Migration Stories

The ever-prodigious M. Ward is about to release his 10th solo studio album. Although nowadays he may...

Album Review: Basia Bulat – Are You In Love?

Back in 2016, Basia Bulat's fourth record Good Advice was a real breath of fresh air, representing...

Album Review: Deap Lips – Deap Lips

Albums can sometimes be like relationships. There are some that take a while to ease into, that...

Live Review: Brittany Howard – The Ritz, Manchester

Eight years on from the release of Alabama Shakes' debut album Girls & Boys - a record that brought the incredible talent...