Latest single reviews


Moulettes

Moulettes

Glorious Year
Riding the quest of the wave that was created by their latest acclaimed album Constellations, Moulettes have released Glorious Year as a single. Fortuitously ti... Read more...

Mediaeval-Baebes

Mediaeval Baebes

Auld Lang Syne
How many times have you heard Auld Lang Syne? Perhaps you might be growing tired of it of this rather syrupy old ditty. Read more...

Years-and-Years

Years & Years

Desire
Years & Years are a band that are definitely going to have a great year ahead. Even though the band are relatively new to the industry, the electro-pop trio hav... Read more...

Metal-Moth

Metal Moth

Rise EP
Your starter for 10. You hail from Castle Donington, you’re named Metal Moth, and you’ve released an EP called Rise containing songs titled Meltdown and Metal M... Read more...

Alice-Sungurov

Alice Sungurov

So Blind
If you’re seriously into cute, smart pop songs that combine original song-writing with energetic melodies, then 15 year-old Alice Sungrurov’s single, ‘So Blind’... Read more...

Darius-Rucker

Darius Rucker

Homegrown Honey / What God Wants For Christmas
Former Hootie's latest country adventure. While still remembered best in the UK for his time in the 90s American rock band Hootie & the Blowfish, Darius Rucker ... Read more...

KDrew

KDrew

Tonight
KDrew, who we recently brought you news of his new “Signals” EP, has released the second of the three-parter. Entitled “Tonight” Read more...

Diskord

Diskord

Tell Me Why
Still basking in the knowledge that they are now fully fledged members of the Circus Records family, Diskord drop the opening salvo for Read more...

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Latest album reviews


Justin-Townes-Earle

Justin Townes Earle

Absent Fathers
Where the likes of folk’s young stars in the UK like Paolo Nutini and Ben Howard are making a name for themselves in the mainstream, across the pond comes Ameri... Read more...

Butch-Walker

Butch Walker

Afraid Of Ghosts
An album of intimate and haunting beauty by the multi-talented and multi-faceted Butch Walker, with helping hands from part-time pirate Johnny DeppRead more...

Jerusalem

Jerusalem

Black Horses
Jerusalem seem to enjoy an extended pilgrimage indeed! Formed in the early 70’s they released a self-titled album that was produced by Ian Gillan. Read more...

Revolution-Saints

Revolution Saints

Revolution Saints
This is music that really has to be heard live but on record it also works passionaltely, massively and seemingly unrestrained. Read more...

The-Unthanks

The Unthanks

Mount The Air
The signs were there a few years back when The Unthanks started to perform King Crimson’s Starless. Read more...

The-Workers

The Workers

Totem
Dan Greenwald and The Workers boast about already being laden with prestigious accolades which verify their undoubted quality, particularly within their New Yor... Read more...

Drew-Holcomb-And-The-Neighbors

Drew Holcomb And The Neighbors

Medicine
Seventh studio album from hard-working Nashville based band. Read more...

Diagrams

Diagrams

Chromatics
Second album from Sam Genders' introspective project. Read more...

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Latest live reviews


The-Weeks

The Weeks

The Garage, London
Fresh from the southern States, The Weeks are tearing around the UK’s shores in support of the Buttons EP. With them they've brought commanding anthems and a wh... Read more...

Rasharn-Powell

Rasharn Powell

'Route 219'
The incredible Rasharn Powell features in the second episode of the new series from #TheGarageDoor and stuns with his beautiful vocals. Read more...

Hugh-Cornwell

Hugh Cornwell

Liquid Rooms - Edinburgh
What a treat to enjoy a pre-Yule double whammy in the Scottish capital! Ex-Strangler Hugh Cornwell introduced his new novel ‘Arnold Drive’ Read more...

DOPExBROKE---Dilla-Eulogy

DOPExBROKE - 'Dilla Eulogy'

#TheGarageDoor
#TheGarageDoor is back! The second series launched yesterday with its first episode featuring London hip hop collective DOPExBROKE. Read more...

The-Rifles

The Rifles

Boogaloo, London
Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without The Rifles’ annual knees up at Boogaloo. Read more...

The-Albion-Christmas-Band

The Albion Christmas Band

Kings Place, London
The recently released live album of The Albion Christmas Band’s concert at the Kings Place last year was, if truth be told, lacking a little atmosphere. Read more...

Triggerfinger

Triggerfinger

Borderline, London
There is something in the air tonight; hard to place what exactly a certain feeling that this is going to be special. Read more...

Chas-and-Dave

Chas and Dave

O2 Indigo, London
Greenwich had more Rabbit than Sainsbury’s when Chas and Dave took to the stage on Friday. Read more...

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