Saturday, September 21, 2019

Album Review: Villagers – The Art Of Pretending To Swim

Villagers' fourth studio album The Art Of Pretending To Swim is an understated yet exquisite record – easy on the ear, nourishing for the...

Live Review: Mothers – Soup Kitchen, Manchester

The last time Mothers were in the UK was at the Green Man Festival in 2016. For some reason their slot was...

Review: Flying Vinyl – An Exclusive New Music Record Club

It's not often we give shout-outs for things like this, but as champions of both vinyl and new music, we couldn't pass on doing...

Live Review: Passenger – Beacon Theatre, NYC

On Saturday night, we headed down to the beautiful Beacon Theatre in New York City. The headliner was English artist Passenger and opening were...

Album Review: J. Roddy Walston & The Business – Destroyers Of...

If you ever wondered what an extremely intoxicated Led Zeppelin sounds like, there’s no other modern rock band that fits the description than J....

Live Review: The National – Irving Plaza, NYC

The beer can that plummeted from the Irving Plaza balcony into the audience and struck Matt Berninger (The National) in the head several years...

Live Review: Hiss Golden Messenger – The Bowery Ballroom, NYC

Mike Taylor and his band of golden messaging music -makers have created an indie folk rock collective that continues to shine as one of...

Review: Simone Felice – Simone Felice

The former drummer, songwriter and vocalist for The Felice Brothers and published author of two novels of elegiac lament for lost America, Simone Felice,...

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...

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...