Beans On Toast is not the most talked about artist on the indie scene, but quite frankly he should be, his lyrics are honest, relatable and if you’re a festival goer who hasn’t stumbled across playing in a field, you haven’t spent enough time in our muddy British quagmires. For Beans latest album he took Continue Reading
“Sean McGowan is back and has found his ‘voice’ on this interconnected concept album (although it’s an EP) discussing mental health.” Sean McGowan is back and has found his ‘voice’ on this interconnected concept album (although it’s an EP) discussing mental health. The beauty of the work is it’s ability to avoid seeming cliché- well Continue Reading
“Free Company is a record that floats with breezy indie charm…; collection of feelgood indie folk songs yet.” Boy Scouts’ singer songwriter Taylor Vick and pal Stephen Steinbrink took the supremely bold and daring step to set up a recording studio inside a rented shipping container. No windows, little space and not much by way Continue Reading
Without You is a perfect archetype for a well-crafted song; atmospheric beyond words. It’s a world-building five minutes of beauty that whisks you away to another time and place; a mystical, far away kingdom. “[Without You is a] world-building five minutes of beauty that whisks you away to another time and place.” Without You is Continue Reading
THE BIG INTERVIEW: Chloe Foy chatted to us as she finished her UK tour recently. With a handful of enchanting singles we were lucky to get to know the personality behind the music.
Big Thief are stopping for nothing and no-one. ‘UFOF’ is their third album in as many years and it represents a band whose collective synergy and chemistry has hit pure perfection. ‘UFOF’ is atmospheric, modern folk that can warm the heart and heal the downhearted. ‘Title track ‘UFOF’ is a beautiful example of Lenker’s floaty Continue Reading
Tribes former front-man Johnny Lloyd’s first solo album exceeds expectations, it represents a courageous change in direction and builds on earlier exploratory projects. Johnny Lloyd’s debut solo album rewards us with a pure and honest solo acoustic sound, moving with confidence across alt folk territory. The strength of the song writing, varied vocal styles and Continue Reading
‘Cherry’s voice shone through with power and her lead players work was sublime leaving us to feel that more is yet to come of this duo.’ Opening tonight’s event was the competent Cherry who played heavy thrashed acoustic guitar with soulful vocal backed by an exceptionally talented lead guitar player who’s hands nimbly crawled around Continue Reading