Friday, November 15, 2019

Live Review: This Is The Kit – Baby’s All Right, Brooklyn...

Kate Stables, frontwoman and songwriting goddess of This Is The Kit, brought her soothing and electrified vibes to Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn, NY...

Review: Hannah Cohen – Child Bride

Have you seen the video for Crying Game, the first single release from this album? If not, watch it here now. If so, she’s a bit...

Review: The Wooden Sky – Every Child A Daughter, Every Moon...

  Three in the morning is still my favourite time of day. Even as I get older and my bed starts to call to me I cannot...

Live Review: Martha Ffion – Servant Jazz Quarters

In a tiny basement room with only a handful of people, Ross Hutchinson starts the night's proceedings with his electric guitar, giving us haunting melodies...

Album Review: Flo Morrissey – Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful

Sounding not like her troublesome namesake, but rather, like the magnificent Sharon Van Etten, Flo Morrissey emerges as a true star with the offering...

EP Review: V Torres – Real Life Love

I caught V Torres’ performance at the Hotel Café in Hollywood this past weekend, where she was celebrating the release of her new solo...

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: Ellen & The Escapades – Buffalo Bar, Cardiff

Billed as the next big thing and winning all sorts of praise and plaudits in 2009, Ellen and the Escapades played Reading and Leeds...

Album Review: Toothless – The Pace Of The Passing

Generally, the announcement of a member temporarily splitting from a band I admire to release a solo album fills me with a nameless dread....

Album Review: Novo Amor – Birthplace

Over the years, Ali Lacey, artistically known as Novo Amor, has slowly, but enticingly given us tastes of his atmospheric infused folk. The celestial...