Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Live Review: Oh Sees – Albert Hall, Manchester

Before getting into this evening's special performance by San Francisco's Oh Sees, a few announcements - firstly, whilst we recognise that the...

Live Review: Father John Misty – The Greek Theatre, Los Angeles

It was a dry, chilly (by LA standards) evening as the Greek Theatre buzzed with growing excitement in the moments leading up to Father...

Album Review: Smoke Fairies – Smoke Fairies

The eponymous titled Smoke Fairies is album number four in the discography of the British duo Katherine Blamire and Jessica Davies. The album was recorded...

Album Review: Ben Howard – Every Kingdom

There is something very special about music that can take you back to the place where you hold all of your fondest memories. Luckily...

Festivals: Green Man Festival 2017 Review

15 years in, it's fair to say that Green Man have pretty much perfected the art of hosting a weekend that caters for all...

Live Review: Ryan Bingham – Gorilla, Manchester

The recently-released sixth studio album by Ryan Bingham is an absolute delight. Blending together a range of genres, American Love Song provides...

Review: Carolina Chocolate Drops – Leaving Eden

There are few bands creating music today who bring the old school like the Carolina Chocolate Drops. This is traditional African American folk music...

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: 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...

Live Review: First Aid Kit – Town Hall, NYC

Klara and Johanna Söderberg are the genius sister indie-folk duo more famously known as First Aid Kit. Recently they passed through New York City...