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Review: Leonard Cohen – Old Ideas

Old Ideas is, as the title suggests, a Leonard Cohen album that shows Leonard Cohen doing what he always has; it is just a...

Review: Joseph And David – Rise Up The Sun

To an extent, I'd be tempted to keep this review very short and sweet, with a clear but very heartfelt declaration, along the lines...

Review: Dan Mangan – Oh Fortune

Oh Fortune immediately strikes of ambition from the very first note. Where previously Dan Mangan had relied more often than not upon his acoustic strumming,...

Review: Lanterns On The Lake – The Deaf Institute, Manchester

The Newcastle sextet Lanterns On The Lake were the latest band to occupy the delightful Deaf Institute on a chilly Sunday evening in Manchester. Support...

Interview: Samantha Crain

Nostalgia is a wonderful thing I think, and something which Samantha Crain’s new album You (Understood) has in abundance.  As with most albums, it...

Review: Lucy Rose & Ben Howard – The Ruby Lounge, Manchester

Ben Howard is currently rambling around on a sold-out tour of the UK.  In support of his debut album Every Kingdom, which charted at no....

Review: Jonny Kearney And Lucy Farrell – Kite

It is an undeniable fact that Winter is fast approaching. Days of snowflaked scarves and mittens are intermingling with days of espadrilles and tee...

Review: Paper Aeroplanes – A Comfortable Sleep

Paper Aeroplanes hail from the west-coast of Wales,  a country soaked in fine folk talent. And at the forefront are Sarah Howells and Richard Llewellyn, the...

Review: Tasseomancy – Ulalume

Apparently Tasseomancy is the practice of reading fortunes using tealeaves.  It’s not terribly inspiring as a band name, particularly when you learn that the...