Friday, June 22, 2018

Review: Anaïs Mitchell – Young Man In America

Anaïs Mitchell has never been afraid of exploring different styles and tackling different subjects; whether it has been the Greek myth-inspired folk-opera Hadestown, or...

Review: First Aid Kit – Club Academy, Manchester

Swedish sisters Johanna and Klara Söderberg, aka First Aid Kit, have been firm favourites for a number of years, yet this evening would be...

Review: Michael Kiwanuka – The Kazimier, Liverpool

So, Radio One loves you, every one of your UK tour dates has sold out and earlier this year you came top of the...

Review: Joyce The Librarian – The Weight Of The Line

When I was sent this EP, I’ll be honest: I had no idea what to expect. The band name alone, inspired by the Richard...

Review: Georgia Ruth – In Luna

Earlier this week, Georgia Ruth released her stunning EP, In Luna. The Welsh singer-songwriter has created something rather beautiful here, chiefly using what I would...

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: Lambchop – Mr. M

Mr. M is Lambchop’s eleventh album. The story is that singer-songwriter-guitarist Kurt Wagner had given up music after the death of his friend Vic...

Review: Ben Howard – The Ritz, Manchester

Since releasing his debut album Every Kingdom late last year, Ben Howard seems to have gone from to strength, to strength, to strength. He...

Review: Rachel Sermanni – Black Currents

Rachel Sermanni is a name I have heard mentioned for a while now. I have seen numerous new releases, videos, reviews and features dedicated...

Review: James Vincent Mcmorrow – The Kazimier, Liverpool

A haunting yet beautiful voice, delicate emotive lyrics and powerful but mellow tunes has made this rugged Irish man one of TFFT’s favourites for...