Thursday, September 19, 2019

Album Review: Chris Stapleton – From A Room: Volume 1

It's been two years since the massive success of Chris Stapleton's first album Traveler and we've all been yearning for more music from the country...

Live Review: Hayes Carll – The Glee Club, Nottingham

The hangdog demeanour that Hayes Carll exhibits when he arrives on the Glee Club stage may be more exaggerated than usual; the...

Album Review: Lily & Madeleine – Canterbury Girls

Nobody ever expects an artist or band to maintain the same musical style for ever. Young artists...

Festivals: Our 2015 Guide To The Best UK Festivals This Summer!

With Summer in full swing, we’re bringing you our annual festival guide for what we believe are this season's finest events! So take in our...

Review: Robbie Boyd – Painted Sky

Following 2012's Autumn's Flown and Spring Generation EPs, Painted Sky, the prolific Robbie Boyd's latest release, is available now. May's TFFT Live headliner Robbie Boyd's third EP in just over a year...

Review: James Vincent McMorrow – Manchester Cathedral

In the cool dark shadows, nestled between the sandstone pillars, a sold out crowd eagerly gathers in the heart of Manchester Cathedral. After queuing...

Album Review: Sam Brookes – Kairos

Sam Brookes has created an album that is fantastic to make flapjacks to. I know this because I have done it and it was...

Album Review: Other Lives – Tamer Animals

Tamer Animals is the second full-length album from Oklahoma's Other Lives. Self-recorded in their hometown of Stillwater, the five-piece worked on this second record for...

Live Review: Shakey Graves – Brooklyn Steel, NYC

Shakey Graves has made his way into the indie folk rock spotlight with his unashamed stage presence and dominant vocals. This Austin Texan brings...

Review: Ólöf Arnalds – Sudden Elevation

Produced by long-time collaborator, Skuli Sverrisson, Sudden Elevation is Ólöf Arnalds first entirely English offering. For this, Arnald's third solo album, was largely recorded during a...