Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Review: SoKo – I Thought I Was An Alien

I Thought I Was an Alien is an honest, elegiac expression of the pains of love, loss and aging. SoKo’s debut album deals so...

Review: Maymay – Maymay

Written on a tattered deck chair in a back garden in Portland, Oregon, MayMay’s self-titled EP is a hushed, melancholic longing for home. An...

Review: The Avett Brothers – The Carpenter

    Oh, The Avett Brothers. What have you become? I And Love And You may have been the signal of a shift towards a sound that...

Review: Hot Feet – Wood House

  Nowadays, in the swirling mass of folk music, it's rare to come across a band that just seem to embody the genre and all...

Review: Iron & Wine – Ghost On Ghost

Ghost On Ghost is Sam Beam's fifth studio album as Iron & Wine. It is another sonic stride away from the beautiful low-fi campfire...

Album Review: Damien Rice – My Favourite Faded Fantasy

On the 3rd November, the music industry recovered from the eight year hiatus from the incredible, powerful artist Damien Rice with his new album...

Album Review: Bear’s Den – Red Earth And Pouring Rain

Bear’s Den released their debut album Islands in October of 2014 and left fans waiting almost two years for their second release. They now return with their...

Album Review: Keston Cobblers Club – Almost Home

“The idea was to go back to song writing in its simplicity, based around nostalgia and the idea of 'home'" - these are the...

EP Review: Josh Arbour – Josh Arbour

With the first twang of sugar-sweet gravel in Josh Arbour’s voice on Corinne, the first track on his self-titled debut EP, Arbour announces his...

Album Review: The Staves & yMusic – The Way Is Read

We’ve all been anxiously awaiting new music from the singing and songwriting Staveley-Taylor sisters, since their last full-length album If I Was - produced by...