Album Reviews

REVIEW: Billy Fury - Three Saturdays with Billy

REVIEW: Billy Fury – Three Saturdays with Billy

Nigel Lees is the mastermind behind one of the most exciting and inventive reissue record labels around in the current music market. Having released sumptuous releases by The Artwoods, The Action plus fascinating compilation releases entitled 17 From Morden and…

REVIEW: Teenage Fanclub – Endless Arcade

Teenage Fanclub return with their much anticipated 12th studio album, ‘Endless Arcade’, their first without long time bassist Gerard Love. ‘Endless Arcade’ showcases a more mellow and mature side to the Fanclub, whilst still packing in plenty of unstoppable earworms…

REVIEW: Paul Weller - Fat Pop (Volume 1)

REVIEW: Paul Weller – Fat Pop (Volume 1)

With the eagerly anticipated release of his 16th solo album entitled Fat Pop (Volume 1), released via Polydor records on May 14th, it’s about time Paul Weller released a stinker, an album that could devise opinion in his audience such…

ALBUM REVIEW: The Snuts ‘W.L.’

Album review by Jonathan Taylor. Instagram: jonathantaylorphotography Formed in 2015 and hailing from Whitburn, West Lothian, Scotland, The Snuts, have already generated a huge amount of interest and a justifiable amount of attention before there was any mention of a…

ALBUM REVIEW: DMA’S ‘LIVE AT BRIXTON’

Album review by Jonathan Taylor. Instagram: jonathantaylorphotography   Before the global pandemic hit and the joys of live music ground to a halt, on the 6th March 2020, DMA’S played the biggest headline show of their career to a sold…

ALBUM REVIEW: Møme & Ricky Ducati ‘Flashback FM’

Rating: It must be something in the water.  The movement known as the French touch encompasses a huge sweep of music, from Justice’s heavy metal take on house to Dimitri From Paris and St Germain’s slinky lounge jazz.  But one thing that…

EP REVIEW: Daniel Docherty ‘Only Time Can Help Us’

Rating: Sometimes you find a record which unexpectedly rescues your week. At a time when the world is in turmoil and turning on the television shows bad news bulletin, after bad new bulletin, Daniel Docherty’s emotive voice and soundscape of…

REVIEW: The La’s – Callin’ All 1986- 1987

REVIEW: The La’s – Callin’ All 1986- 1987

The brainchild of Lee Mavers and his band The La’s have produced some of the very best music to come out of Liverpool, ever. Their debut album is the stuff of legend, recorded multiple times with various producers all of…