Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Review: Meg Baird – Café OTO, London

Café OTO is trendy and totally knows it. It doesn’t even bother having the lights on most of the time (too obvious), and everyone shuffles...

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...

Review: Stefan Melbourne – Before The Sun Sets

  This debut EP is perfect for listening to in the light of one of those long, orange-red summer sunsets. It’s beautiful, melodic and it...

Review: Josephine Foster – Blood Rushing

  I do love it when you get drawn into someone else’s world from the very start of listening to a record. You know that...

Review: An Evening with Martin Carthy, Dave Swarbrick, James Yorkston and...

Cecil Sharp House was decked out in all its Christmas finery for what promised to be an amazing event – and the sold out...

Review: Nathaniel Rateliff – Falling Faster Than You Can Run

If you're not familiar with Nathaniel Rateliff, here's a quick primer. He's a talent. He writes amazing songs with enveloping stories that make you...

Album Review: Heather Maloney – Making Me Break

With countless “ooo’s” and unique vocal riffs, Heather Maloney’s extraordinary vocal power on Making Me Break captures the ears of listeners. Produced by Bill...

News & Live Tour: Stornoway Announce Split & Farewell Shows

It is with a very heavy heart this morning that we bring you the news that Stornoway are calling it a day Writing on their Facebook...

Album Review: Will Stratton – Rosewood Almanac

From the first flutter of chirping birds on the first track of Rosewood Almanac, Will Stratton captivates the listener and carries them away on...

Album Review: Hiss Golden Messenger – Hallelujah Anyhow

Following on from MC Taylor and band's sensational 2016 record Heart Like A Levee, Hiss Golden Messenger have returned with another rapturous and enlightening Americana folk album...