Category: Records

Album | The Brother Brothers – Calla Lily

You have to lean in and listen to The Brother Brothers new album Calla Lily. It’s not an album that’s going to blow you away with the power of the songs or guitars cranked up to 11. It’s really more of…

EP | Sara Wolff – When You Left The Room

Liverpool-based singer-songwriter Sara Wolff, originally from Bergen, Norway, writes intriguing, well-crafted lyrics delivered in her warm voice over etheric fuzzy synths. In When You Left The Room Wolff is watching her thoughts and emotions like glass balls in the sunshine.…

Album | Peggy Seeger – First Farewell

Her voice is clarity personified. She still sounds playful but laced in wisdom. Peggy Seeger might be American by birth, but has lived in Britain for over half her life. At the age of 85, with 68 years of recording…

Album | Michael Feuerstack – Harmonize the Moon

It wasn’t supposed to be this way. In the spring of last year, Michael Feuerstack was preparing to enter the studio to make an upbeat and fulsome record but COVID-19 – as it did for us all – changed his…

Album | Sara Watkins – Under the Pepper Tree

A cold-blooded writer would call Sara Watkins’ Under the Pepper Tree one of the sappiest records ever made. However, for those of us who still appreciate a classic melody, along with a tune that has withstood the march of time, this set of music…

Album | South – From Here On In

One of the few things about South that you could pin down was their name. Three London lads proudly declared their roots at a time when the north dominated the British scene – and there was an element of defiance…

Album | Israel Nash – Topaz

Israel Nash is a bit of a throwback to earlier times, and his new album Topaz is an example of virtually everything that is good about music, which is even more remarkable since the bulk of this album is just him recorded…

EP | Clara Mann – Consolations

This collection of four songs brought by newcomer, Bristol-based singer-songwriter sounds timeless. Clara Mann is a classically-trained musician and she grew up in a small village in the south of France with classical music and choral pieces around her. As…

Album | Indigo Sparke – Echo

“What is the distance between love and fear, the distance between words and silence, the space between the body and mind and the soul, the landscapes between lovers. I don’t know. It’s a pendulum. I’m trying to find a gentle…