Author: Helen

Helen is Folk's Sake's Live Editor. She loves many things, including: cookbooks, massive novels, Kings of Convenience, Beirut, Kristin Hersh, Dolly Parton, Willy Mason, St Vincent, The Divine Comedy, Mumford and Sons, The Carpenters, Cocorosie, Eels, Belle and Sebastian, Martha Wainwright, Joanna Newsom and The Smiths.

Album Review: Tindersticks – The Hungry Saw

The turns they took to get here have been circuitous indeed (via Nottingham and Limousin, no less), but Tindersticks’ first album in five years feels, in many ways, as exciting as a first release. A pared-down return to the original three-man line up of Stuart A. Staples, David Boulter and Neil Fraser is, paradoxically, indicative of the sea change that the band’s lengthy hiatus has brought about.

Live: Peggy Sue and the Pictures

The Windmill Thursday 7th August. Peggy Sue are a jaw-droppingly brilliant cross between Coco Rosie, Lauren Hill and Kate Nash, and their recent gig at the Windmill as part of their 4-day dash to play all the compass points of…