All articles by Bob Fish

Album | Junius Meyvant – Across The Borders

Iceland got soul and Junius Meyvant delivers it like a modern day Sam Cooke. On his self-produced second full-length record, Across The Borders, the soul gods have clearly smiled on him. Born Unnar Gisli Sigurmundsson, he lived on a volcanic…

Album | Me and My Friends – Look Up

Combining Ghanaian highlife, Jamaican roots and Afro Brazilian folk music, Me and My Friends’ musically heady hybrid creates an instantly recognisable sound defying easy categorisation. The West African finger-picking of Nick Rasie, along with stunning harmonies, highly evocative cello and…

Album | Daniel Knox – Chasescene

Daniel Knox is not your run of the mill artist. For a self-taught pianist, his story is unique. Knox is a member of the night brigade, inhabiting a world that comes alive when everyone else is asleep. Discovering that virtually…

Album | Amy Rigby – The Old Guys

Age is just a state of mind, up to a point. No one really expected to see the Stones rocking into their seventies back in 1964. Yet that’s where we’re at today, and for Amy Rigby, at 59, she’s rocking…