2019 Albums

Miss June – Bad Luck Party (Review)

Highly energetic quartet Miss June have dropped their debut album “Bad Luck Party” and it’s already becoming the talk of the town. Somewhere in between Wolf Alice and Sonic Youth, the Aotearoa punks are signed to influential NY indie label, French Kiss.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFRhIvIu-pg Storming its way at number one on the track list, “Twitch" kicks the album… Continue reading Miss June – Bad Luck Party (Review)

2019 Albums

Kundabuffa – Kundabuffa is Dead (Review)

2019 has been an eventful year to say the least for the jazz fusion band Kundabuffa. With 5 releases under their sleeves, the band have called it a day. Sad but leaving fans with a mark on their hearts, there’s not many bands out there who will make you turn your head and stick their… Continue reading Kundabuffa – Kundabuffa is Dead (Review)

2019 Albums

Garrington T. Jones – Dead Roses

Worcestershire based singer-songwriter Garrington T. Jones returns with his brand new album “Dead Roses”. Known for being an accomplished instrumentalist, vocalist and harmonica player, is there anything he can't do? Teaming up with Dave Draper as producer, the collection of new tracks on the release shape a blend of blues music with a gorgeous acoustic… Continue reading Garrington T. Jones – Dead Roses

2019 Albums

Modern Nature – How To Live (Review)

Released August 23rd on Bella Union, Modern Nature’s debut album “How To Live” has took a plunge straight into our hearts. Blending euphoric folk, experimental jazz and psych-tinged indie rock, the project consists of U.K artists Jack Cooper (Ultimate Painted, Mazes) and Will Young (BEAK, Moon Gangs). Featuring drummer Aaron Neveu (Woods) saxophonist Jeff Tobias… Continue reading Modern Nature – How To Live (Review)

2019 Albums

Karine Polwart – Karine Polwart’s Scottish Songbook (Review)

Released August 2nd, “Karine Polwart’s Scottish Songbook” is a blessing in disguise. As a follow up to her acclaimed 2018 album “Laws Of Motion”, which got Mojo’s Folk Album of the Year, the songwriter has put her own shining light into a collection of songs and has reimagined them as her own. Launched at this… Continue reading Karine Polwart – Karine Polwart’s Scottish Songbook (Review)

2019 Albums

Ash Walker – Aquamarine (Review)

London based multi-instrumentalist Ash Walker returns with his third career instalment, the enchanting album “Aquamarine”. Released July 19th via Night Times Stories, the tranquil nature of the album feels like you’re floating on a calm sea in a boat filled of happiness. With a back catalogue of strong contenders, the colourful new release keeps a… Continue reading Ash Walker – Aquamarine (Review)

2019 Albums

Sam Wickens – All I’ve Seen (Review)

Northern Ireland based Sam Wickens makes music purely for the soul. As a mesmersing solo performer, Sam’s been turning heads for quite a few years now. Compared to fellow male solo artists such as Paolo Nutini, Jeff Buckley and John Martyn, Sam blends a perfect balance of soul, folk and even electronic together. Back in… Continue reading Sam Wickens – All I’ve Seen (Review)

2019 Albums

The Yalla Yallas – Outsider (Review)

Punk Rock outfit The Yalla Yallas reside in Leeds. Formed in 2008, they’ve got a comfortable discography behind them. Here with their first release in two years, “Outsider” is a fist pump in the air album that should be played at high levels.  "Run" ignites the spark in the album with it’s energetic approach to… Continue reading The Yalla Yallas – Outsider (Review)

2019 Albums

T8PES – T8PES (Review)

T8PES is no stranger to MoggBlog after I reviewed his single “Hope & Pray” back in March of this year. Now returning with his first full feature length, the Birmingham based artist is causing a movement within the area. Mixing an alternative take on electronica but flavoured with a good dose of hip hop, Jimmy… Continue reading T8PES – T8PES (Review)

2019 Albums, 2019 Singles

Brion Starr – The Heart is a Loaded Gun (Review)

Based in New York City, music has been a saviour for Brion Starr in many ways. Taking some time over in the UK to record his album at Konk Studios in London, he’s about to drop the killer indie track “The Heart is a Loaded Gun”. Brian has a similar vibe to the bizarre world… Continue reading Brion Starr – The Heart is a Loaded Gun (Review)