On this episode of the Sleeping Situation podcast, Matt releases new ditties, Ivy enters a sewing fugue state, and we meet some deer on a nature walk. 52 more words
Album Review | Topic | Review by Allan Wilkinson | Stars: 4/5
A fine mixture of traditional and original songs from the darker corners of the woods, Fay Hield’s fifth album sees the Sheffield-based singer, songwriter, musician and scholar add her own words to an already wealthy canon of stories in just over 45 minutes of otherworldly escapism. 184 more words
Album Review | Blue Heart Records | Review by Allan Wilkinson | Stars: 3/5
It’s not difficult to gently ease oneself into Malaya Blue’s new album, its opening title song a late night helping of hot buttered soul, which features a bass line straight from the heart of Robert Cray’s original band, courtesy of Richard Cousins. 106 more words
Philly punks The Menzingers once again deliver us a record we need and the world deserves to hear.
When Hello Exile was released last year, it very quickly became not only a fan favorite but received rave reviews all around, and deservedly so. 850 more words
It was through Children of God that I was first introduced to Swans. It was probably around 1988 or ‘89, so Children of God was their then latest album, and I was starting to properly spend my Saturdays hanging out at the second-hand record shop where I would subsequently land a job. 974 more words