Album | Revolushn – Further!!

If we’re talking about defining eras, Sheb Wooley’s done it and so have The Beatles, but few have bucked the psychedelic rock trend in recent days like Revolushn do in their latest record, Further!!. Perhaps astoundingly, given the niche nature…

Album | Adam Winn EP

From Amai Kuda Y Josephine to Mary-Kate Edwards, there’s been a positive surfeit of Canadian singer-songwriters proving their mettle and bubbling to the tops of their respective scenes. Out of British Columbia, Adam Winn is proving himself to be a…

Premiere | Magana – Inches Apart

Featuring stunning direction from director Lauren Finerman, the music video for Magana’s ‘Inches Apart’ perfectly accentuates the masterful embrace of emotive substance that is so very clearly a focal point for the artist when developing her music. With a quiet…

Premiere | Carpet of Horses – ‘Ghosts’

Tobin J Stewart’s musical project, Carpet of Horses, released on his self-made Montsou Records label is the definition of indie music distilled to its most proper form. Everything is meticulously written, recorded, and produced in top handcrafted form, including every…

Live | Darlingside @ Union Chapel, London

After making their international debut at the Cambridge Folk Festival last summer, Darlingside have now played in England more times than anywhere else in the past year, including their hometown of Boston, Massachusetts. This summer’s tour included a quick stop…

Album Review | Bedouine – Bedouine

Azniv Korkejian is a woman of substance. At the advanced age of 32 she is releasing what is effectively her first, captivating album under the name Bedouine. Channeling everyone from Astrud Gilberto to Joni Mitchell, along with Nick Drake and…

EP | Robin Elliott – At Sunset

The stark finger-picked opening on Robin Elliott’s new EP tells you everything you need to know about the record. Here is a bold yet stripped-back collection of songs from one of the purest songwriting talents in music today. This is…