Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Album Review: Conor Oberst – Ruminations

Conor Oberst’s unique, masterful, vocal croaking’s are back for another solo album. Ruminations is Oberst in his rawest, purest, most acoustic and honest moments...

Live Review: Phil Cook – Rough Trade, NYC

If you have not seen Phil Cook live yet, whether he’s playing alongside Mike Taylor in the dominant Hiss Golden Messenger lineup or solo...

Review: London Folkfest – Day 3 At The Bedford, Balham

Folk festivals in pubs have come a long way from the hands-on-ear, Vin Garbutt and Martin Carthy folk clubs of the 1970s. These days you'd...

Review: Bushstock

It had come to that time of year again where hundreds of music lovers braced the streets of Shepherd's Bush to experience Bushstock. A...

Album Review: Norah Jones – Day Breaks

Norah Jones is very good at being Norah Jones. That is not to say Norah Jones isn’t a good thing, but she most definitely...

Album Review: Lord Huron – Vide Noir

LA indie-rockers Lord Huron have presented a fresh batch of new songs and titled the project Vide Noir. From the very introduction of the...

Album Review: Lucy Rose – No Words Left

Excitement built up on the morning of January 9th when I received a letter. It was a...

Album Review: Strand Of Oaks – Eraserland

Timothy Showalter, AKA Strand Of Oaks, is nothing if not a wearer of hearts on sleeves. Previous...

Review: Peasant – Bound For Glory

  Peasant, the musical alias of American singer-songwriter Damien DeRose, made his name as a solo, home-recording specialist with his bedroom-made debut album Fear Not...

Album Review: Laura Marling – A Creature I Don’t Know

This time next week, folk fans up and down the country will be embracing their new haul of sensational albums, including records from Slow...