Saturday, July 11, 2020

Live Review: Nick Mulvey – Princess Pavilions, Falmouth

On Friday night, as the rain pounded and the waves crashed against Cornwall’s rugged coastline, Cambridge born and bred singer songwriter Nick Mulvey descended...

Album Review: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – Tearing At...

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats are back with a follow up to their self-titled debut, the new album Tearing At The Seams. The album begins...

Review: Dry The River – Weights And Measures

If you really want to experience this album, put your headphones on and turn it up as loud as it will go. That way...

Album Review: S. Carey – Hundred Acres

Sean Carey is best known as the co-frontman of the critically-acclaimed indie-alternative folk ban Bon Iver, alongside Justin Vernon. What Bon Iver fans may...

EP Review: Margo Price – Weakness

With a surprise release, Margo Price has released a 4 song EP entitled Weakness that cements her new legacy as a great songwriter with a...

Review: The Staves – Facing West EP

Every piece of writing about The Staves compares them to Laura Marling. I’ve never listened to Laura Marling so I cannot vouch for this....

Album Review: Snail Mail – Lush

In the past couple of years, a host of young, female-led indie-bands have been getting the music scene in a tizz, and 2018 is...

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...

Live Review: The Staves – Rough Trade Brooklyn, NYC

Jessica, Camilla and Emily Staveley-Taylor have made quite a name for themselves as the sister singing folk goddess trio The Staves. They have an...

Review: Emily & The Woods – Then We Collide

  Then We Collide is the third EP released by the London 3 piece Emily And The Woods. Held together by the beautifully delicate vocals of Emily...