Print Editor Aaron Loose gives a glowing review of the latest Bill Callahan album.
Alexia Oerter reviews Of Monsters and Men’s latest single.
Online Music Editor Stephen Ong reviews Better Oblivion Community Centre’s live show.
Alex Wingrave reviews Jade Bird’s debut album.
It’s been four years since Natalie Mering, the soulful voice behind Weyes Blood released more music into the world. With the dawn of April, this soon changed, for which the avid fans and new fans alike are eternally grateful. Titanic Rising is a surreal concoction of magical realism, sultry tones, and psychedelic folk that lulls […]
Benjamin Francis Leftwich’s music is not precisely what one thinks about when they hear the words “nightclub on a Saturday night”. The whole concept sounds contradictory. And yet the combination of the two that I got to see at Cavern on the 6th of April was surprising and charming, in the best possible way. The […]
I always leave a Beans On Toast gig with a sense of optimism I don’t see much of in everyday life. That sounds like a cry for help. What I mean is that Jay McAllister, accompanied with his band on this tour, creates a particular atmosphere that has brought me back nine times to his […]
Everyone’s favourite shanty punks, Skinny Lister, are back with their fourth studio album The Story Is…. I first saw the six piece band in 2015, supporting Frank Turner at the Southampton Guildhall alongside their fellow Xtra Mile comrade, Will Varley. Since, they’ve become one of my favourite live bands because of their distinct London-based brand […]
Entertain You, Bronze Radio Returns’ sixth album, is an exhilarating and euphoric blend of fresh genres. Reminiscing upon The Buggles’ 1980 hit ‘Video Killed the Radio Star’, lamenting television usurping radio, Bronze Radio Return is a resurrection of the same nostalgia of the “radio star”; a “star”, indeed, within the Entertain You album cover bearing […]
It goes without saying that England’s country music scene is only really just finding its feet, with the genre having primarily been relegated to Nashville despite having a degree of popularity in the UK. Considering this, Ward Thomas’ claim that they are Britain’s biggest country stars might not be untrue. Their previous two albums peaked […]