Green Man 2019 @ Brecon Beacons, 15-18/08/2019
If you’re accustomed to holy hell of UK festivals, Green Man 2019 could be a shock. It’s just so damn… pleasant. Good food, clean toilets, nice...more
Introducing: Disq  
The spine of Wisconsin-based act Disq consists of vocalist and guitarist Isaac deBroux-Slone, and bassist Raina Bock; the roots of whose relations...more
Ones to Watch at Green Man 2019
[caption id="attachment_40427" align="alignleft" width="240"] Green Man 2019[/caption] The last we saw of the Green Man, he was being ceremonially bu...more
Introducing: Dot.s 
[caption id="attachment_40410" align="alignleft" width="300"] Dot.s[/caption] Few cities can claim to have contributed as much to the recent history ...more
Honeyblood grapple with fear and desire on In Plain Sight
Honeyblood’s third album, In Plain Sight, shows some hints of being a very good record indeed, but falls far short of realising its potential. Wheth...more
Lucy Rose gets her thoughts out on No Words Left  
No Words Left is the fourth album from Lucy Rose, and it’s a stark and dark collection of songs from a singer songwriter who's fast becoming known f...more
Ibibio Sound Machine return triumphant with Doko Mien
The last time we had the not-inconsiderable pleasure of covering Ibibio Sound Machine, we discussed the merits of the London-based 8-piece's approac...more
Bayonne resorts to not-so Drastic Measures
Bayonne’s Drastic Measures is a frustrating beast. It's shot through with moments of quality and accomplishment, promising much but ultimately faili...more
Mike Krol strikes some Power Chords
Power Chords huh? Well, we don’t think trading standards will be knocking round Mike Krol’s door any time soon. The album is rife with them, m’l...more
A different kind of loss with Crane Like the Bird
The project of Kyle Crane, Crane Like the Bird’s debut solo album is a bid to enter the prestigious pantheon of musicians who have come out of the s...more