Thursday, February 20, 2020

Live Review: Langhorne Slim – Baby’s All Right, Williamsburg

If Sean Scolnick had the geographic knowledge of GPS, the Pennsylvania native folkie would’ve made his stage name Feasterville Slim, not Langhorne Slim. This...

Album Review: Will Johnson – Hatteras Night, A Good Luck Charm

Listening to Will Johnson’s latest album Hatteras Night, A Good Luck Charm, my imagination was flooded with imagery: lamplight in the desert, abrasively hot...

Live Review: Tim Pourbaix – The Knitting Factory, Brooklyn

I first met Tim Pourbaix at an open mic night in Bushwick, Brooklyn. His command of dynamics and unique vocals are two...

Review: Daughter – Oxford Town Hall

Accompanying the recent release of their debut album, If You Leave, Daughter have embarked on a tour that acts as an ideal introduction to...

Live Review: Andrew Combs – Gullivers, Manchester

The latest stint on the road by Nashville troubadour Andrew Combs appears to have been instigated for a couple of reasons, but...

Album Review: Luluc – Sculptor

Australian folk duo Luluc, comprised of Zoe Randell and Steve Hasset just released their third album. Sculptor will exceed the hopes of all fans...

Review: Adrian Roye And The Exiles – Reclaimed

  From word go,  the first track on the debut album from Adrian Roye and the Exiles has a sense of comfortable familiarity – the...

Review: Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo – Australia House,...

I’m not used to having my handbag searched and being made to walk through a metal detector on entering a gig, but then I...

Live Review: Hiss Golden Messenger – Music Hall Of Williamsburg, NY

Hiss Golden Messenger recently passed through Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY to showcase their fresh, modernized classic rock energy. A...

Album Review: Gregory Alan Isakov – Evening Machines

The long-awaited Evening Machines is genuine Gregory Alan Isakov — a hauntingly beautiful and pensive, yet consoling album. This release feels like an elevated...