All articles by Lorenzo Righetto

Album | Laish – Time Elastic

There are, sometimes, artists and bands you are lucky enough to grow with. Laish has been one of those, to me, and I am grateful for it. Daniel Green was born, musically, in the Brighton scene that sprouted the Wilkommen…

Album | Gwenno – Le Kov

There are records which, from the moment you start listening to them, let you enter their unique world, connected but different from the real one. This pervasive feeling cannot but come from a very clear, honed by time and work,…

Album | Bonny Doon – Longwave

There is a reasonable, and well justified, amount of buzz around the name of Bonny Doon in recent times, as the release date of their sophomore record, Longwave, approaches. This is a very quick follow-up to their debut, which happened…

Album | Olden Yolk – Olden Yolk

Admittedly, psychedelic folk isn’t considered the coolest genre in music, nowadays. That’s OK in itself, but in this case the lack of coolness reflects the way that contemporary bands have engaged with the genre; briefly, in a monolithic or static…