Monday, September 23, 2019

Live Review: Hayes Carll – The Glee Club, Nottingham

The hangdog demeanour that Hayes Carll exhibits when he arrives on the Glee Club stage may be more exaggerated than usual; the...

Review: Stefan Melbourne – Before The Sun Sets

  This debut EP is perfect for listening to in the light of one of those long, orange-red summer sunsets. It’s beautiful, melodic and it...

Album Review: Flock Of Dimes – If You See Me, Say...

Jenn Wasner, vocals and guitar of Baltimore's indie-rock duo Wye Oak, proves her incredible versatility in her debut album If You See Me, Say...

Review: Daughter – Oxford Town Hall

Accompanying the recent release of their debut album, If You Leave, Daughter have embarked on a tour that acts as an ideal introduction to...

Album Review: Ward Thomas – Restless Minds

Restless Minds, the follow-up to debut album From Where We Stand (2014) and Cartwheels (2016), is Ward...

Album Review: Bon Iver – 22, A Million

Five Februarys ago, Justin Vernon represented Bon Iver at the Grammy Awards, when the front man was called to the stage to receive the...

Album Review: John Smith – Hummingbird

Presenting his sixth studio album, John Smith has decided to offer six of his favourite folk songs, one cover, and three original compositions. Smith...

Album Review: Villagers – The Art Of Pretending To Swim

Villagers' fourth studio album The Art Of Pretending To Swim is an understated yet exquisite record – easy on the ear, nourishing for the...

Album Review: Oh Susanna – Name Dropper

Suzie Ungerleider is a delightful, female minstrel, who writes and records under the name of Oh Susanna.  Name Dropper (on Continental Song City) is...

Review: Michael Kiwanuka – Home Again

  Michael Kiwanuka is steadily on the rise after his acclaimed tour with Adele and his recent topping of BBC’s Sound of 2012 list. And...