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 Singles

Grace May – Quiet (Review)

New York based, Toronto born R&B artist Grace May channels her artistry with neo soul esque vibes. After the success of single “High Tide” which released on Berklee Revelation Records, she’s back with her debut single, “Quiet”. She drew inspiration for ‘Quiet’ from Joni Mitchell’s 'Both Sides Now' after releasing her power to channel her… Continue reading Grace May – Quiet (Review)

2018 Singles

Myles Morgan – Fool (Review)

Floating on a cloud of smoke, Myles Morgan enters your world and subtly gets you hooked on his songwriting and arrangement skills. After success with his previous band Young Native, Myles got straight into writing songs for his fresh new solo project. A smoothie filled with all the goodness that you want is a perfect… Continue reading Myles Morgan – Fool (Review)

Live Reviews

Junior Weeb, Coat of Many & Dan James Griffin live at The Copcut Elm, Droitwich – 11th May 2018 (Review)

As part of this review, I wanted to say a bit about Kidderminster College. I’ve been studying at Kidderminster College for 4 years now and my time is up in June. I’ve met some amazing musicians on the way who have turned into great friends. On the 11th May, I went to the Copcut Elm… Continue reading Junior Weeb, Coat of Many & Dan James Griffin live at The Copcut Elm, Droitwich – 11th May 2018 (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)

2018 EPs/Albums

Ronald Maas – Aries (EP Review)

Ron's been an important sideman for sometime now more than a frontman, but things have definitely changed with this new adventure. His first EP under his name, the four track EP, "Aries" is exciting and blends in all of Ron's skills that he's learnt so far. This doesn't mean that he'll stop being a sideman, he will… Continue reading Ronald Maas – Aries (EP Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Jack White – Boarding House Reach (Review)

The man, the myth and the legend is back with a killer third studio album since The White Stripes departed and in my absolute opinion, it's his best release since, with Lazaretto being a close second. In Boarding House Reach, we get to see Jack White in a completely different light. He's comfortable making this music and his has found a lot of… Continue reading Jack White – Boarding House Reach (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Hush Mozey – Tales of Bigotry (EP Review)

Being their debut release, "Tales of Bigotry" is a strong EP for Hush Mozey and they definitely should be ready for their future, because through my eyes, it seems pretty bright. Their music delivers influences from punk, grunge, ska and "drowsy rock and roll." The Bristol based band have grown a following and have even took to the stage at Y-Not… Continue reading Hush Mozey – Tales of Bigotry (EP Review)

2017 Albums

Nai Palm – Needle Paw (Review)

The sassy goddess that is Nai Palm, front-woman of the "Neo-Soul" band "Hiatus Kaiyote", has released her debut solo album. She released it back in October 2017, and I'm finally getting round to sitting down and reviewing it. I've been a huge fan of Hiatus Kaiyote since they were just getting "noticed". After seeing them at… Continue reading Nai Palm – Needle Paw (Review)

2017 Albums

Dan James Griffin – 4AM (Review)

Knowing Dan personally as we're friends and study HND music at Kidderminster College, I may be a little bit biased with what I say... but I'm not just saying this... if you haven't heard Dan's music, you haven't lived. Dan James Griffin is an extended range guitarist (8 strings!) who composes music in a complex… Continue reading Dan James Griffin – 4AM (Review)