Monday, October 21, 2019

Live Review: Hiss Golden Messenger – Music Hall Of Williamsburg, NY

Hiss Golden Messenger recently passed through Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY to showcase their fresh, modernized classic rock energy. A...

Live Review: The UK MVA’s 2015

The Staves, George Ezra and Stealing Sheep's videos were just some that were nominated for the UK MVAs 2015, which TFFT were lucky enough to...

Album Review: The Decemberists – I’ll Be Your Girl

The building crescendo of Colin Meloy’s acoustic guitar progression on Once In My Life continues to tease fans who have been itching for a...

Live Review: Ani DiFranco – Music Hall Of Williamsburg, NYC

Ani DiFranco did not hold back any of her true colors as a staunch Democrat and an anti-Trump feminist as she utilized the time...

Album Review: Rayland Baxter – Wide Awake

It seems that the world of passable, digestible, indie-folk-pop is an ever-expanding landscape that continues to disappoint over time. With pretentious, pseudo-philosophical lyrics a...

Album Review: James Taylor – Before This World

I'm not an impartial critic. It is probably best that I explain how important James Taylor has been in my life since 1971, before...

Album Review: Phosphorescent – C’est La Vie

The music of Phosphorescent (Matthew Houck) has been sorely missed over the past few years, especially after the glorious high that was his breakthrough...

Album Review: Bear’s Den – so that you might hear me

So that you might hear me is the third studio album by Bear’s Den, expanding upon the...

Review: Roy Harper – Man And Myth

On the front cover of Man And Myth, Roy Harper's first album in 13 years, is a black and white close-up of the 72...

Review: Joshua James – From The Top Of Willamette Mountain

  Joshua James’s latest offering conjures up images of rural landscapes and misty American valleys, which seems apt considering he has spent the past couple...