Friday, September 25, 2020

Live Review: Gregory Alan Isakov – Music Hall Of Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Boulder, Colorado farmers have many stories to tell about the spacious lands and primitive lifestyles they inhabit. However, most of these ranchers don’t reflect...

Album Review: Heather Maloney – Making Me Break

With countless “ooo’s” and unique vocal riffs, Heather Maloney’s extraordinary vocal power on Making Me Break captures the ears of listeners. Produced by Bill...

Album Review: Mumford & Sons – Wilder Mind

When an album comes about by accident it can do a lot to a band, maybe be a hit and maybe be a miss....

Album Review: Eaves – What Green Feels Like

Eaves’ first LP, What Green Feels Like, bears many comparisons with the American Folk artist Ryley Walker, who returned last month with his sophomore...

Album Review: Paper Aeroplanes – Joy

Welsh duo Paper Aeroplanes, Sarah Howells and Richard Llewellyn return with their latest release, simply entitled Joy. Recorded over the past eighteen months in...

Album Review: Alabama Shakes – Sound & Color

The sound and color of the latest Alabama Shakes release may not lure fans as much as their first record did, but this new...

Live: Father John Misty Extends UK Tour

Following the February announcement of two Autumn London shows, in support of his excellent record I Love You, Honeybear, Father John Misty has extended the tour, much...

Live: Sufjan Stevens Announces UK Tour

Sufjan Stevens has announced a bunch of UK and Irish shows, in support of his glorious new record Carrie & Lowell - released last month He is set...

Album Review: Joel Plaskett – The Park Avenue Sobriety Test

Canadian singer/songwriter and producer, Joel Plaskett, hits forty rock of ages on 18th April, which is a significant landmark and this informs his new...

Album Review: Stealing Sheep – Not Real

Liverpudlian trio Stealing Sheep have shrugged off the ‘pagan folk’ label that has seemingly hounded them since the release of their 2012 album Into...