Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Album Review: Lisa Hannigan – Passenger

Last Monday the wonderful Lisa Hannigan released her second solo album entitled Passenger. Since flying the Damien Rice shaped nest in 2007 to pursue her...

Review: Bob Dylan – M.E.N. Arena

This is the third time I have seen Bob Dylan live. I'd previously seen him on these kinds of arena tours in Manchester and...

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...

Album Review: Greg Hall – Run Barefoot Holler

Run Barefoot Holler may be Greg Hall’s debut album however do not regard him as an inexperienced musician just entering the realms of the...

Album Review: Ben Howard – Every Kingdom

There is something very special about music that can take you back to the place where you hold all of your fondest memories. Luckily...

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...

Review: Victoria Vox – Vox Ukulele Cello

Victoria Vox - Vox Ukulele Cello is the latest release from Victoria Vox and Katie the Cellist, released late last month, through Obus Music and...

Review: Slow Club – The Ruby Lounge, Manchester

When the Sheffield duo of Rebecca Taylor and Charles Watson first got together as Slow Club, it was at the time of Arctic Monkeys...

Album Review: Marcus Foster – Nameless Path

I must say, I do enjoy the manly manliness of Marcus Foster’s voice, all gravel and phwoar. An occasionally overwhelming range of influences and musical...

Review: Meg Baird – Seasons On Earth

Meg Baird’s new album, Seasons on Earth is due to be released today, (26th September), her first solo album since 2007. Having been in the...
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