Wildwood Kin: Self-titled – Review

Willdwood Kin

The new self-titled album from Wildwood Kin makes me feel as if I am rocketing across wild American plains in an open-topped sports car, Thelma and Louise style. This is acoustic Country and Western, with more than a hint of … Read more

Supergrass: I Should Coco – Classic Albums


One of the biggest news stories to come out last week was an announcement that 90’s indie rocker Supergrass were getting back together and touring in 2020. Inspired by this news we look back at the trio’s debut album I … Read more

Gruff Rhys: Pang! – Review

Gruff Rhys

The erstwhile Super Furry Animals frontman Gruff Rhys continues his hot creative streak with his latest adventure, a gleefully global music box of warm, layered, South African-saturated pop sung in Welsh.  The intrepid Welsh singer-songwriter Gruff Rhys is a restless … Read more

New Music Fridays – 20th September 2019

Common Holly

Welcome welcome welcome! This weeks 4 tracks are a real treat for your ears, with 3 out of the 4 being from solo female singer/songwriters with real talent. From goth-pop and country to folk and grunge, each track is brimming … Read more

The Rightly So: Vandura – Review

The Rightly So

Buffalo, NY-based duo The Rightly So share the highs and lows of life on the road in new record Vandura, creating an honest and persevering folk-laden journey. The Rightly So have been very busy. Duo Jess Chizuk and Greg Zeis … Read more

O’Flynn: Aletheia – Review


The London producer’s accomplished debut album, Aletheia, demonstrates a consummate command of moods and instrumentation as it saunters effortlessly between a plethora of electronic and downtempo styles. In 2015, the London musician aka O’Flynn caused ripples in clubland with his … Read more

Todd Warner Moore: Starry Sounds – Review

Todd Warner Moore

Todd Warner Moore returns with record Starry Sounds, managing to once again create warm and promising soundscapes set again vibrant lyrics. Moore’s albums have always managed to keep the listener guessing in which direction he’ll go next. Although usually settled … Read more