Hope: Red Man – Review


Hope aims to depict and explore the past, present, and future of an indigenous man living in the modern world throughout the impassioned album, Red Man. Sto:lo/Tahltan rapper Hope is not afraid to speak his mind and describe his experiences … Read more

The Brook & The Bluff: First Place – Review

The Brook & the Bluff

The Brook & The Bluff hit you right in the soul, producing what would sit nicely alongside your Stax Records, with their debut album First Place. It’s not often that you come across musicians that are Birmingham raised, yet Nashville based … Read more

Michelle Creber: On Display – Review

Michell Creber

Michelle Creber uses album On Display as a shoutout to all the underdogs and people that need reassurance, letting them know they’re never alone. At the tender age of 20, Michelle Creber has big world views. Ruthless in her mindset … Read more

Bryan Away: Give In – Review

Bryan Away

Bryan Away uses EP Give In to look back on, and agonise over, times gone by, creating a wonderful feeling of isolation against an ominous sound. Indie folk and experimental songwriter Bryan Away has a lot on his mind. His … Read more

Weyes Blood: Electric Brixton, London – Live Review

Weyes Blood

Electric Brixton, London Wednesday 30th October 2019 Natalie Mering aka Weyes Blood made a major breakthrough earlier this year with her fourth record, Titanic Rising, a swooning slab of melancholy FM radio pop peppered with unsettling themes and motifs, whose … Read more

Vetiver: Up On High – Review


Understated louche lines dominate Up On High, the latest offering from California-based folkies Vetiver, and the first for new label Loose Music. “We’re two of us, palm trees in the wind, swayin’…” breathes Andy Cabic, returning as Vetiver, the moniker … Read more

Cold War Kids: New Age Norms 1 – Review

Cold War Kids

Having already released four tracks from their ‘Kanye inspired’ album, fans have anticipated for Cold War Kids to release the rest of their record, New Age Norms 1. With lyrics to inspire a generation, Cold War Kids have outdone themselves … Read more

Stereophonics: Kind – Review


Stereophonics continue to show off their evergreen ability to produce relevant songs and exciting material in new album Kind. Kelly Jones is easily THE most charismatic frontman to come out of Wales apart from Tom Jones and James Dean Bradfield … Read more

Wilco: Ode to Joy – Review


“I remember when wars would end” sighs Jeff Tweedy on Ode to Joy, the 11th studio album from Wilco. “But now,” he laments, “when something is dead, we kill it again”.  Wilco and Tweedy have remained quietly industrious over the … Read more

Sluka: Hey Oh – Single Review


Sluka returns with new single Hey Oh, focussing on strength in mentality and jovial rhythms that drive the track forward. Sluka seems to have a bounce in his step these days. Featuring a more settled approach to the music than, … Read more