Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Album Review: Ben Howard – Noonday Dream

Ben Howard has an uncanny ability to create an incredibly special, intimate experience for his listeners, both live and through his albums. It’s no...

Review: Of Monsters And Men – My Head Is An Animal

It has been almost a year since My Head Is An Animal was released in the Icelandic sextet’s homeland, and since then, with a...

Album Review: Death Cab For Cutie – Kintsugi

Ben Gibbard sings "I don't know where to begin...there's too many things that I can't remember," in the opening line of Death Cab For...

Album Review: Feist – Metals

Everyone loves Feist, don't they? I think they probably do. But not everybody knows how far back her musical career stretches, the mad array...

Favourites 2011!

Here at TFFT, we like to mix things up a bit! And decided that, instead of telling you what the best folky EP or album...

Album Review: Justin Townes Earle – Kids In The Street

On his seventh album, Justin Townes Earle brings a light and almost lighthearted sound to his folky troubadour ways. Employing Mike Mogis from Bright...

Album Review: Lily & Madeleine – Fumes

Lily & Madeleine are sisters Lily Jurkiewicz and Madeleine Jurkiewicz.  Fumes is the American sibling’s second album in two years, and like their self-titled...

Album Review: Dr. Dog – The Psychedelic Swamp

What if your favourite band officially released their oldest batch of songs on album number nine? Would the freshness of their early music become...

Live Review: The Wandering Hearts – Bush Hall, London

On the back of releasing the critically-acclaimed debut album Wild Silence, the alt-country Americana quartet The Wandering Hearts went on their first UK headline sell-out...

Album Review: James Bay – Chaos And The Calm

Recipient of this years’ Critic’s Choice Award at the BRITS 2015, James Bay’s highly anticipated debut album Chaos And The Calm is a cheery, pleasant...