Mark Knopfler brings the class at The O2

There are good gigs, and then there are musicianly gigs. There are wig-outs and happenings,…

The Lumineers put Gloria Sparks into the world

How do you market music these days? It’s a question that the music industry still…

Swimming Tapes – Morningside Review

Cassettes that can swim? Poolside home videos? Sellotape in the sea? It may be hard…

Camden Rocks 2019: 10 artists to check out at this year’s festival

This year’s Camden Rocks Festival is set to be the biggest yet. It’s the first…

William The Conqueror mellow out The Lexington

The Lexington has a good level of scuzz to it. The pub downstairs looks like…

Tōth – Practice Magic and Seek Professional Help When Necessary Review

Tōth’s debut LP, ‘Practice Magic and Seek Professional Help When Necessary’  is a funny beast.…

Live Music Review: Jamie Jones at The Wool Store

The memories of dancing in the sunshine at summer festivals are fading away like the…

Spotlight on Rhys Lewis

Rhys Lewis is a singer-songwriter of precocious vocal skill, pushing the boundaries of acoustic music.…

John Paul White – The Hurting Kind Review

Grammy Award winner John Paul White has released his third solo album, The Hurting Kind – a…

Bear’s Den – So That You Might Hear Me Review

If you were to draw a big Venn diagram featuring Biffy Clyro, Coldplay and Nick…

The Lumineers re-illumine us with the glories of ‘Gloria’

The simple tunes are the hardest to write. That’s what the greats will tell you…

All Tvvins – Just To Exist Review

Irish duo Conor Adams and Lar Kaye, otherwise known as All Tvvins, are pushing boundaries…