Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Review: The Robbie Boyd Band – Autumn’s Flow

  Beginning simply as Robbie Boyd unofficially touring London open-mic nights and picking up musicians along the way, the London based ‘Funky Folk’ seven-piece The...

Review: The Tallest Man On Earth – There’s No Leaving Now

  Since the release of his debut album Shallow Grave under the guise of the Tallest Man on Earth, Kristian Matsson has been dubbed the...

Review: Anaïs Mitchell And Sam Airey – The Ruby Lounge, Manchester

It's been a long time coming, but this bank holiday, Anaïs Mitchell finally headed into Manchester for her first gig in this world-famous musical town....

Review: Matt Norris And The Moon – This Kingdom

The Edinburgh five-piece Matt Norris and the Moon have been quickly making a name for themselves in the Scottish folk-scene with their traditional, instrumental...

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 And Interview: Passenger – The Deaf Institute, Manchester

Passenger by name and very much so a passenger by nature, Mike Rosenberg is an artist that brings his own style of poignancy and...

Review: Stefan Melbourne – Before The Sun Sets

  This debut EP is perfect for listening to in the light of one of those long, orange-red summer sunsets. It’s beautiful, melodic and it...

Review: Peasant – The Vortex, London

In a small room overlooking Gillett Square, buried deep in Dalston, is the most intimate of venues: the Vortex Jazz Club. As I sat...

Review: Alabama Shakes – Manchester Central Methodist Hall

In life, there are gigs that come and go, and gigs that blow your socks off and remain in the back of your mind...

Review: Beach House – Bloom

In one way or another, Beach House records have always sought simplicity. From ticking drum machines and sharp keys in 2006’s Beach House, Beach...