Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Album Review: Ryan Bingham – American Love Song

Ryan Bingham has proved to be a mercurial proponent of the Americana genre. Debut Mescalito was a...

Album Review: Bedouine – Bird Songs Of A Killjoy

As the raindrops drip down the window on a wet Sunday afternoon in June, one questions when...

Album Review: Leif Vollebekk – New Ways

2017's Twin Solitude was an introspective affair, a self-reflective road trip with a sombre geography full of...

Live Review: Fleet Foxes – Manchester Apollo

Off the back of their stunning new release, Helplessness Blues, and more recently a quite sensational set on Glastonbury's Other Stage last Friday, the...

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: Mary Black – Stories From The Steeples

Many grew up on the tones of Bob Dylan blaring from their parent's CD players; for me, it was Mary Black. She was infact...

Review: Lost In The Trees – A Church That Fits Our...

Lost in the Trees are a band who deal only on the grandest sonic scales. Their debut record Time Taunts Me was released in...

Review: No Direction Home Festival

A new kid on the block this, but one with heritage.  End of the Road has established itself as one of the best small...

Review: The Mountain Goats – Transcendental Youth

John Darnielle is back again with the fourteenth record under the name The Mountain Goats. Merge Records released Transcendental Youth on 2 October 2012, after releasing All...

Review: Ólöf Arnalds – Sudden Elevation

Produced by long-time collaborator, Skuli Sverrisson, Sudden Elevation is Ólöf Arnalds first entirely English offering. For this, Arnald's third solo album, was largely recorded during a...