Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Album Review: Gabrielle Aplin – Light Up The Dark

Gabrielle Aplin has finally released her second album Light Up The Dark, an album that shows her ability to conform to many different genres...

Favourites 2011!

Here at TFFT, we like to mix things up a bit! And decided that, instead of telling you what the best folky EP or album...

Album Review: Cold Specks – Neuroplasticity

  Cold Specks’ second album, Neuroplasticity is a mellow and restrained attempt to fulfil the ‘goth soul’ reputation that so widely precedes her. The record is...

TFFT Favourite Albums Of The Year 2017

2017 has been a wonderful year for music, with the return of favourites Fleet Foxes and Fionn Regan, incredible emerging artists such as Wilsen...

Live Review: Jon Russell (The Head And The Heart) – The...

About two years ago, I stumbled upon a solo acoustic video of an unreleased Head And The Heart song. Let’s Be Still turned out...

Review: Josh Taerk – Josh

  Canada born and bred, Josh Taerk cites Bruce Springsteen and Jackson Browne among his influences, and has even received praise from a member of...

Album Review: Laura Marling – Semper Femina

Semper Femina which translates to "always woman" in Spanish, is the title of British folk singer Laura Marling's latest album. She's been amused by...

Review: Ben Howard – The Ritz, Manchester

Since releasing his debut album Every Kingdom late last year, Ben Howard seems to have gone from to strength, to strength, to strength. He...

Live Review: Allman Brown – The Courtyard Theatre

On the morning of 12th November, I woke early to make a special trip on that blue cheap travel coach to London to attend a...

Review: Night Beds – Country Sleep

  Night Beds makes music. Night Beds is Winston Yellen. And Winston Yellen makes amazingly beautiful music. Country Sleep is Night Beds first release, and brings ten...