Monday, January 25, 2021

Album Review: Ray LaMontagne – Monovision

With Monovision, Ray LaMontagne has once again created a record which manages to be so soft and...

EP Review: Yo La Tengo – Sleepless Night

You never know quite what you’re going to get with a new Yo La Tengo record. You could be listening to ambient,...

Album Review: Beirut – The Rip Tide

The first time I properly heard Beirut was live at ATP 2009. I was preoccupied at the time by my surroundings; why was I...

Review: Laura Veirs – Tumble Bee

Warning: when you listen to this album make sure you have no plans, because you’ll want to cancel them and dance around your room...

Review: SoKo – I Thought I Was An Alien

I Thought I Was an Alien is an honest, elegiac expression of the pains of love, loss and aging. SoKo’s debut album deals so...

Review: Maymay – Maymay

Written on a tattered deck chair in a back garden in Portland, Oregon, MayMay’s self-titled EP is a hushed, melancholic longing for home. An...

Review: The Avett Brothers – The Carpenter

    Oh, The Avett Brothers. What have you become? I And Love And You may have been the signal of a shift towards a sound that...

Review: Hot Feet – Wood House

  Nowadays, in the swirling mass of folk music, it's rare to come across a band that just seem to embody the genre and all...

Review: Iron & Wine – Ghost On Ghost

Ghost On Ghost is Sam Beam's fifth studio album as Iron & Wine. It is another sonic stride away from the beautiful low-fi campfire...

Album Review: Damien Rice – My Favourite Faded Fantasy

On the 3rd November, the music industry recovered from the eight year hiatus from the incredible, powerful artist Damien Rice with his new album...