Album Review: Chip Wickham – La Sombre

We take a look at the new Jazz record from the talented Chip Wickham, who takes us though a dizzying and impressive ride through Jazz. The Mancunian composer, flautist and saxophonist Chip Wickham has been around the block, cultivating an … Read more

Album Review: Mac DeMarco – This Old Dog

Mac DeMarco is back with a new record, and it’s a more polished affair to get really excited about. The Canadian singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco has long enjoyed a reputation as a goofy man-child grotesque, a poster boy for unkempt slacker indie-rock, always ready with … Read more

Review: Bob Dylan – Triplicate

Bob Dylan hits us with a triple album of songs previously recorded by Frank Sinatra, but does it stand up to his two previous efforts? Bob Dylan has a life which is set out as recording, touring, writing and re-writing. … Read more

Review: Ryan Adams – Prisoner

Singer-songwriter Ryan Adams returns with his 16th solo effort, drawing on his recent break-up to fuel his emotionally charged songs. Can you believe Ryan Adams in on his 16th album? Time flies when you’re an indie-pop, country, folk, rock superstar. … Read more

Vinyl Review: Interpol – El Pintor Remixes

I was supposed to get up early for Record Store Day the other week, and get to London nice and early to grab some of the best limited edition releases. However, a series of unfortunate events prevented this from happening. … Read more