Saturday, August 8, 2020

Album Review: John Paul White – The Hurting Kind

I am late to the John Paul White game, never mind that other band, but when I...

A Day And A Night With: Jerry Williams – O2 Institute...

We're delighted to bring you our second installment of 'A Day And A Night With...', where we spend some quality time with one of...

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...

Review: Laura Marling – Manchester Apollo

A seventh time seeing Laura Marling perform and I'm still very much in awe of the 22 year-old from Hampshire. Having first seen her...

Live Review: Steve Earle’s Annual Winter Residency w/ Jonathan Russell –...

If you’re in NYC this January and haven’t hit up Nashville country singer/songwriter Steve Earle’s residency at City Winery, you’re making a very big...

Album Review: Ben Howard – Noonday Dream

Ben Howard has an uncanny ability to create an incredibly special, intimate experience for his listeners, both live and through his albums. It’s no...

Live Review: Night Moves – Night & Day Cafe, Manchester

According to the band's Instagram account, Night Moves don't travel beyond their own country's borders much. We are therefore honoured to welcome...

Review: Daughter – If You Leave

If You Leave is the much-anticipated full-length album from Daughter, the London-based trio of Elena Tonra, Igor Haefeli and Remi Aguilella. After a speedy rise...

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...

Live Review: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – The Box,...

I’ve voiced my scepticism of the electric direction of various artists/bands within multiple articles on Thank Folk For That. Usually when that change occurs,...