Saturday, January 23, 2021

Album Review: First Aid Kit – Stay Gold

Stay Gold is the third album to be released by Swedish sibling duo First Aid Kit. Johanna and Klara Söderberg have once again teamed...

Album Review: Gymnast – Wild Fleet

Give or take a week, it's been exactly two years since Manchester-duo Gymnast played Thank Folk For That Live in their hometown, alongside Farao...

Album Review: Little May – For The Company

The very first band to take the stage this past summer at the Seaside Heights Gentlemen Of The Road Stopover was an Australian indie folk-pop...

Album Review: Fenne Lily – On Hold

Sumptuous and simple, Fenne Lily’s On Hold is a sweet debut album, filled with wholesome tracks about heartbreak, family and relationships. Lily’s vocals are...

Live Review: The Staves – Rough Trade Brooklyn, NYC

Jessica, Camilla and Emily Staveley-Taylor have made quite a name for themselves as the sister singing folk goddess trio The Staves. They have an...

Interview: The Weepies – Bandmates, Parents, The Full Catastrophe

“She’ll be in, but if there’s howling she’s gonna be the designated driver.” This was Steve Tannen’s response when I asked him if Deb...

Live Review: First Aid Kit – Town Hall, NYC

Klara and Johanna Söderberg are the genius sister indie-folk duo more famously known as First Aid Kit. Recently they passed through New York City...

Review: Twenty-One Crows – Sons Of Liberty

Sons Of Liberty is the debut album from Brighton four piece Twenty-One Crows As the artwork suggests, there's a dockside feel to this record, opening...

Review: Poor Moon – The Ruby Lounge, Manchester

With the Seattle-based Fleet Foxes taking time out from their heart-warming, bearded folk endeavours, space opened up this year for a number of its...

Album Review: Villagers – Darling Arithmetic

With two out of two records being nominated for the Mercury Prize award, Conor O'Brien could well have felt pressure looming down on him...