Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Review: M. Ward – A Wasteland Companion

Thanks to a policy of recording as and whenever possible whilst touring, M Ward's first solo record in three years, A Wasteland Companion, struggles...

Review And Interview: Boy & Bear – The King’s Arms, Salford

Boy & Bear are a 5-piece indie-folk band hailing from Australia, bringing a fresh and inimitable style and blend of rich harmonies and deeply...

Review: Hannah Cohen – Child Bride

Have you seen the video for Crying Game, the first single release from this album? If not, watch it here now. If so, she’s a bit...

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: Alabama Shakes – Boys & Girls

  Some people are born to perform, and, judging by Alabama Shakes’ debut album Boys & Girls, this is a band made up of those...

Review: Seth Lakeman – Tales From The Barrel House

  Seth Lakeman has always been an artist who has teetered on the edge of great public acclaim, but he is undoubtedly one of the...

Review: Jamie Martyr – The Troubadour

The Troubadour is noticeably friendly, where a lot of other London venues feel hostile and impenetrable. The ground floor restaurant is littered with trinkets...

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: The Slow Show – Brother

  The Slow Show are the kind of band that stop you in your tracks and make you listen. They have a unique sound and...

Review: Justin Townes Earle – Nothing’s Gonna Change the Way You...

Justin Townes Earle’s rise to prominence has been a gradual process of evolution and abuse. His previous issues with drink and drugs have been...