Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Album Review: Will Stratton – Rosewood Almanac

From the first flutter of chirping birds on the first track of Rosewood Almanac, Will Stratton captivates the listener and carries them away on...

Album Review: Hiss Golden Messenger – Hallelujah Anyhow

Following on from MC Taylor and band's sensational 2016 record Heart Like A Levee, Hiss Golden Messenger have returned with another rapturous and enlightening Americana folk album...

Album Review: First Aid Kit – Ruins

First Aid Kit are back with a new album, released 19th January, displaying their harmonisation and folk sounds on Ruins. The Söderberg sisters first came...

Album Review: Lord Huron – Vide Noir

LA indie-rockers Lord Huron have presented a fresh batch of new songs and titled the project Vide Noir. From the very introduction of the...

Live Review: The Decemberists – BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival

One highlight of this summer’s BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! annual concert series in Prospect Park, was The Decemberists on August 14th. Initially scheduled earlier in...

Album Review: Lily & Madeleine – Canterbury Girls

Nobody ever expects an artist or band to maintain the same musical style for ever. Young artists...

Live Review: Jack Savoretti & The Wandering Hearts – Mouth Of...

Starting in 2004, Mouth Of The Tyne Festival has grown from two nights of live music at The Priory to now a...

Album Review: Vetiver – Up On High

Vetiver is a kind of grass with a sophisticated, earthy scent and this description would be a...

Album Review: Lisa Hannigan – Passenger

Last Monday the wonderful Lisa Hannigan released her second solo album entitled Passenger. Since flying the Damien Rice shaped nest in 2007 to pursue her...

Review: Dry The River – XOYO, London

A brief sojourn at the main stage at last year's End of the Road festival provided my only previous live experience of Dry The...