Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Album Review: Timber Timbre – Hot Dreams

The Canadian trio of Mika Posen, Simon Trottier and Taylor Kirk, Timber Timbre have released their fifth studio album entitled Hot Dreams. A mix...

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...

Album Review: Little May – For The Company

The very first band to take the stage this past summer at the Seaside Heights Gentlemen Of The Road Stopover was an Australian indie folk-pop...

Review: Jim James – Regions Of Light And Sound Of God

  Jim James’s first solo effort (besides an EP of George Harrison covers, under the pseudonym of Yim Yames) demonstrates an accumulation of instrumental and...

A Day And A Night With: The Lake Poets – St....

‘A Day And A Night With…’ is our feature where we spend some quality time with one of our favourite bands or artists –...

Live Review: Hiss Golden Messenger – The Bowery Ballroom, NYC

Mike Taylor and his band of golden messaging music -makers have created an indie folk rock collective that continues to shine as one of...

Review: The Felice Brothers – Shepherd’s Bush Empire

Taking a break from working on an almost-finished album and from playing an unlikely string of stadium shows, as support for the Killers and...

Album Review: Liza Anne – Fine But Dying

Fine But Dying is Nashville artist Liza Anne’s third album, offering a touching account of heartbreak and mental illness in a very beautiful and...

Live Review: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – The Box,...

I’ve voiced my scepticism of the electric direction of various artists/bands within multiple articles on Thank Folk For That. Usually when that change occurs,...

Album Review: Warpaint – Heads Up

Currently on their third studio album as a band and with their hands in several individual projects, Warpaint are well seasoned in experimenting with...