Monday, October 21, 2019

Review: Ellen And The Escapades & Paper Aeroplanes – The Lexington,...

I last saw Paper Aeroplanes on a cold wet evening in the hot sweaty basement of the Slaughtered Lamb. Three months later and a...

Interview: Sam Beam (Iron & Wine) Talks Into Our Ears

Sam Beam is the genius behind the moniker Iron & Wine. Earlier this year, fans were given an early Christmas present of demos and...

Album Review: Reina del Cid – Morse Code

I stumbled across Reina del Cid about a year or so ago. It was one of those endless journeys through Youtube where...

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...

Album Review: Flo Morrissey – Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful

Sounding not like her troublesome namesake, but rather, like the magnificent Sharon Van Etten, Flo Morrissey emerges as a true star with the offering...

EP Review: Luke Sital-Singh – The Breakneck Speed Of Tomorrow

The benefits of having a song played on a major US TV Drama - more exposure, bigger crowds at gigs, more leeway when it...

Album Review: Matt Corby – Rainbow Valley

Matt Corby has again teamed up with Dann Hume for his new album Rainbow Valley, which is named after the property Corby and his...

Album Review: Pierce Brothers – Atlas Shoulders

A debut album can often be a declaration of intent with a band. These are songs that an artist or band have crafted and...

Live Review: WFUV Holiday Cheer – The Beacon Theatre, NYC

Last week we attended the sold out WFUV Holiday Cheer concert at the beautiful Beacon Theatre in Manhattan. On the bill were four distinct and...

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...