Tuesday, November 12, 2019

A Day And A Night With: Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker...

Another installment of our ‘A Day And A Night With…’ feature for you today, where we spend some quality time with one of our...

Album Review: Dead Man Winter – Bright Lights

  Dead Man Winter’s new album Bright Lights makes primarily for easy listening. Inoffensive acoustic guitar and chilled beats characterize the majority of the tracks...

Review: Bon Iver – Manchester Apollo

Bon Iver have been a busy bunch recently, touring the States in support of their recently released, self-titled album. After giving the UK a...

Review: Beth Jeans Houghton – Yours Truly, Cellophane Nose

When describing Beth Jeans Houghton’s music, the following words are often thrust around:  insane, fierce, eccentric, ambitious, unpredictable and manic. Delicate and beautiful are often...

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...

Review: Jenny O. – Home

  Jenny O’s Home is a beautifully quaint record, filled with all the charm and cheer that one might expect from a female folky/indie artist....

Review: Beach House – The Ritz, Manchester

On a dark, wet and windy evening in Manchester, the idea of a Beach House in any form was a wonderful image; be it...

Review: Woodpigeon – Thumbtacks and Glue

Allegedly named due to the word looking like a rollercoaster when written in cursive, the eight-piece ensemble that form Woodpigeon continue to impress with...

Album Review: Dry The River – Alarms In The Heart

  Alarms In The Heart is the second release by Dry The River, the London-based band. In the making of the album, Will Harvey (violin,...

Album Review: Dr. Dog – The Psychedelic Swamp

What if your favourite band officially released their oldest batch of songs on album number nine? Would the freshness of their early music become...