Thursday, January 21, 2021

Live Review: Thea Gilmore – The Sage, Gateshead

Blake Dunlop, remember that name. He was the night's opening act and he was pure entertainment. Even with technical hitches he saw the bright...

Album Review: The Barr Brothers – Queens Of The Breakers

Queens Of The Breakers by The Barr Brothers is a gift - a passionate embrace of this band's intrepid musical approach. Uniquely ambient and...

A Day And A Night With: Jerry Williams – O2 Institute...

We're delighted to bring you our second installment of 'A Day And A Night With...', where we spend some quality time with one of...

Album Review: Phil Cook – People Are My Drug

All-star musician and songwriter Phil Cook is back with his second solo album People Are My Drug. As a follow-up to his debut album...

Album Review: Gregory Alan Isakov – Evening Machines

The long-awaited Evening Machines is genuine Gregory Alan Isakov — a hauntingly beautiful and pensive, yet consoling album. This release feels like an elevated...

Album Review: Jenny Lewis – On The Line

It's been almost five years since the colourful and flamboyant The Voyager and one senses that Jenny Lewis' rainbow suit and guitar...

Live Review: The Lumineers – Forest Hills Stadium, NY

Last month, The Lumineers played an energetic hour long set as part of the inaugural, ALT 92.3 FM Summer Open 2 night...

Live Review: Swimming Tapes – Soup Kitchen, Manchester

I have to admit, I didn’t know too much about Swimming Tapes before attending this gig. Swimming Tapes are very much up-and-coming,...

Album Review: Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit – Reunions

You'll probably be coming to a new Jason Isbell record with particular expectations and so does the...

Album Review: Eric Slick – Wiseacre

Eric Slick may be most known for sitting behind the drum set of the alternative soul and...