Monday, March 8, 2021

Review: The Wilderness Of Manitoba – The Slaughtered Lamb, London

The Wilderness of Manitoba were something of a phenomenon at last year's End Of The Road Festival, making the informal piano stage their own...

Review: Lucy Rose – Barfly, Camden

The Camden Barfly, to me, has always epitomised the London life I longed for when living in Norfolk, before I moved close to London...

Review: Seth Lakeman – Tales From The Barrel House

  Seth Lakeman has always been an artist who has teetered on the edge of great public acclaim, but he is undoubtedly one of the...

Review: Latitude Festival 2012

'More than just a music festival' is Latitude's now-famous phrase, drawing attention to its wonderfully diverse and eclectic blend of poetry, literature, cabaret, music,...

Review: The Robbie Boyd Band – Spring Generation EP Launch, Camden...

The Robbie Boyd Band have very dedicated fans – so much so that two of them even flew in from Italy especially to see...

Review: John Grant – Pale Green Ghosts

I’m not usually one for Techno or electronica. In fact, I am not one that would ever align myself with the sounds of 80s...

Live: Angel Olsen Announces Further UK Shows

To celebrate the release of her second album Burn Your Fire For No Witness, out this week, Angel Olsen has revealed a string of summer shows across...

Album Review: Bellowhead – Pandemonium – The Essential Bellowhead

Bellowhead - the legendary English 11-piece folk band - have just released their latest, and final album, Pandemonium: The Essential Bellowhead. Knowing that this is their last album,...

Live Review: Laura Marling – The Albert Hall, Manchester

Sometimes, it feels as though Laura Marling can do no wrong. This performance, surrounded by flowers adorning the stage in Manchester Albert Hall, did...

Album Review: A Blaze Of Feather – A Blaze Of Feather

Rugged and mysterious, A Blaze Of Feather’s self-titled debut release is somewhat victorious. Notoriously enigmatic, the band are thus far as renowned for their...