Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Live Review: Andrew Combs – Gullivers, Manchester

The latest stint on the road by Nashville troubadour Andrew Combs appears to have been instigated for a couple of reasons, but...

Festival Review: Bon Iver @ All Points East – Victoria Park,...

The honour of closing this year's All Points East festival lay in the hands of Justin Vernon and his band of merry...

Live Review: Dope Lemon – Gorilla, Manchester

Despite arriving in the UK to officially promote the second album Smooth Big Cat and it's rather cool, psychedelic vinyl re-release, Angus...

Live Review: Gill Landry – St. Mary’s Church, Chester

It is perhaps unsurprising that Gill Landry is currently exploring the more provincial regions of the UK on his current tour. The...

Review: Meg Baird – Seasons On Earth

Meg Baird’s new album, Seasons on Earth is due to be released today, (26th September), her first solo album since 2007. Having been in the...

Review: Joseph And David – Rise Up The Sun

To an extent, I'd be tempted to keep this review very short and sweet, with a clear but very heartfelt declaration, along the lines...

Review: Laura Marling – Manchester Apollo

A seventh time seeing Laura Marling perform and I'm still very much in awe of the 22 year-old from Hampshire. Having first seen her...

Review: Henry Skewes – Coming Home

Both hard-hitting and delicate, this three piece EP is a stunning summer listen. Little Birdy is exceptionally upbeat and hypnotic, repetitions of ‘little birdy’ dancing all...

Review: The Wooden Sky – Every Child A Daughter, Every Moon...

  Three in the morning is still my favourite time of day. Even as I get older and my bed starts to call to me I cannot...

Review: Daughter – St. Philip’s Church, Salford

On a cold, wintery evening, a select few trudged through the snow to St. Philip's Church in Salford, to take their pews in the...