2019 Singles

Tiger & The Homertons – Somewhere Else (Review)

Fronted by singer-songwriter Tiger Finkel and backed by The Homertons; Dario Ferriera (lead guitar), Celia Kleindienst (piano and vocals) and Fabio Gentilin (bass), the acoustic based collective are here to captivate you with their way of telling a smooth story. “Somewhere Else” is a journey of freedom. Having the space to be free, there’s a… Continue reading Tiger & The Homertons – Somewhere Else (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 Singles

Binky – Drug In My Head (Review)

London-based singer songwriter Binky blends a unique mix of country with mainstream pop in latest single “Drug In My Head”. Rising star of the country scene, the songwriter showcases an upbeat personality throughout the latest single. Moving swiftly towards the summer, it’s a perfect track to add to your playlist to get you in the mood… Continue reading Binky – Drug In My Head (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

The Tenmours – Maze (Review)

Formed in December 2013 by Alex Johnston-Seymour & Ross Tennant, the talented songwriting duo became an important part in Folk Fusion. Folk fusion is fused with folk, rock and world music - all genres that will definitely get your feet stomping and your jaws dropping. They’re known for creating a true energetic experience at their… Continue reading The Tenmours – Maze (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

The Equatorial Group – Apricity (Review)

Think Fleetwood Mac but more folk orientated. The Equatorial Group are a group of friends from the East of Sussex. With many things in common but primarily being the same influences in music and life, the five piece band create a gentle landscape with their subtle but powerful compositions. Released on May 25th, Apricity is… Continue reading The Equatorial Group – Apricity (Review)

2015 Albums

The Sean Gaffney Band – The Story of How We Lose Control (Review)

Sean’s a musician from a little place called Bishops Castle in Shropshire. Sean’s soulful approach to his music screams out in his original compositions with his own band complimenting his work beautifully. With "The Story of How We Lose Control" being almost 3 years old in two weeks time, the debut solo album is beaming… Continue reading The Sean Gaffney Band – The Story of How We Lose Control (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Crosslight – Road to Recovery (Review)

Distorted guitars, harsh bass lines and drum patterns, Crosslight's music is full of angst. The band formed in early 2016 and have already toured around the UK. As well as playing shows, the band have spent a lot of time in the studio recording their debut album "Road to Recovery."  The album was released on the 6th… Continue reading Crosslight – Road to Recovery (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Quill – Grey Goose Call (EP Review)

Quill are not only known for their unique musical style... they create a musical journey through the ages with their live set up. After listening to Grey Goose Call, it's now a fact that they create the same energetic live essence throughout the studio recording. They sit comfortably within the celtic folk/rock genre and it's safe to say,… Continue reading Quill – Grey Goose Call (EP Review)

1990 Albums, Classic Album Review, My Favourite Albums

Jeff Buckley – Grace (Review)

In my eyes, "Grace" is the best album of all time. Without Grace, my life would be so much more different to how it is now. When I first found Jeff Buckley's music, it turned my life completely around and made me realise how much music means to me. It really opened my eyes to how much I want a career… Continue reading Jeff Buckley – Grace (Review)

2017 Albums

Phil Matthews (The Village) – Carnival of Fools (Review)

Phil Matthews aka The Village released his Carnival of Fools album back in 2017. With elements of traditional folk music and americana, Phil has built up a fan base around the Midlands. With influences from The Beatles to the Beach Boys, The Village's music is known to be a magical place for outsiders and oddballs. The album features tracks, "The Secret Garden" which he wrote in… Continue reading Phil Matthews (The Village) – Carnival of Fools (Review)