Friday, September 25, 2020

Album Review: Andy Shauf – The Neon Skyline

The Neon Skyline is what you would call a concept album; a tag which for some reason...

Album Review: Margo Price – That’s How Rumors Get Started

Check out the artwork of Margo Price's third album That's How Rumors Get Started and you'll immediately...

Review: End Of The Road Festival

This year saw the sixth incarnation of EOTR, and my fourth year in succession. This festival offers a nicely relaxed vibe at the tail end...

Review: Twenty-One Crows – Sons Of Liberty

Sons Of Liberty is the debut album from Brighton four piece Twenty-One Crows As the artwork suggests, there's a dockside feel to this record, opening...

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: The Chieftains – Voice Of Ages

With their new album Voice of Ages, the Chieftains celebrate their 50th anniversary as the archetypal Irish folk band. For those that don’t know, the...

Review: Africa Express – Manchester

On Wednesday night, The Africa Express rolled into Manchester, surrounded by a great deal of excitement and anticipation. Gathering a huge amount of interest...

Review: The Staves + Luke Sital-Singh – The Ruby Lounge, Manchester

Fresh from their mammoth tours with Bon Iver, which saw the three Staveley-Taylor sisters - Emily, Jessica and Camilla - support the genius Wisconsin band...

Review: Paper Aeroplanes – Little Letters

I’ve listened to Little Letters, the third album by Welsh duo Paper Aeroplanes over and over, and enjoyed it. But I’ve procrastinated writing a...

Album Review: Bella Hardy – With The Dawn

  Bella Hardy’s seventh album, With The Dawn, is her first since being awarded the BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer Of The Year award. The...