Saturday, September 21, 2019

Review: No Direction Home Festival

A new kid on the block this, but one with heritage.  End of the Road has established itself as one of the best small...

Festival Review: Green Man Festival 2018

What better way to spend the last little spurts of Summer than by attending one of the most highly-anticipated events of the year? We...

Review: The Avett Brothers – The Carpenter

    Oh, The Avett Brothers. What have you become? I And Love And You may have been the signal of a shift towards a sound that...

Review: Sunny And Boo-Boo – Finding Love

Matthew Onn and Natasha Broadhurst have been making music together for just over a year and, having worked solidly since then under their musical...

Review: John Smith – Great Lakes

  John Smith’s biggest failing is printed prominently on the artwork of each of his three albums; type his name into Google and you will...

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...

Review: The Wooden Sky – The Slaughtered Lamb, London

There was a great deal of excitement surrounding Toronto’s The Wooden Sky’s gig at the Slaughtered Lamb in London. As one of London’s most...

Review: Martyn Joseph – Songs For The Coming Home

  There's obviously something special about Martyn Joseph, that's clear from the off, because there has to be something special about an artist nowadays if...

Live Review: Zac Brown Band – Citi Field, NY

On July 29th I ventured out to Citi Field, the home of the NY Mets, to take in my first concert there. I was...

Review: Kathleen Edwards – Voyageur

Four albums in, the musical world starts to take proper notice of Kathleen Edwards. And, yes, it’s probably due, in no small part, to...