Sunday, July 12, 2020

Live Review: Dispatch – The Troubadour, Los Angeles

Boston-based indie legends Dispatch stopped at the iconic Troubadour in Los Angeles last weekend on their North American tour. TFFT caught the show on...

Album Review: Matthew And The Atlas – Morning Dancer

As the first artist to be signed to Communion Records, Matthew Hegarty’s band Matthew And The Atlas...

Review: She & Him – A Very She & Him Christmas

Unless you’ve been living in a media-free hole, you’ve all probably noticed that Christmas is on its way. On the whole I generally take...

Album Review: Ben Howard – Every Kingdom

There is something very special about music that can take you back to the place where you hold all of your fondest memories. Luckily...

Review: Father John Misty – Fear Fun

  When talking about his pseudonym, Father John Misty, the former drummer and component of Fleet Foxes, Josh Tillman, paraphrases a quote from Phillip Roth’s...

Album Review: Wilsen – I Go Missing In My Sleep

Having released EP’s Sirens and Magnolia, New York's Wilsen have now produced their long-awaited debut album I Go Missing In My Sleep, a title that...

Live Review: John Paul White – The Deaf Institute, Manchester

John Paul White is widely recognised as one half of the award winning duo - The Civil Wars. Although it’s been a quiet few...

Live Review: Villagers – Gorilla, Manchester

Friday 19th October in Manchester was a night of opportunity and a plethora of choices for live music - Beach House were smashing it...

Live Review: Anderson East – The Sage 2, Gateshead

On this Monday night, the Sage seemed very quiet and empty but many still made it down to witness a night kick-starting the venue's Autumn Americana...

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,...