Tag: Album review

Album: HMS Morris – ‘Interior Design’

HMS Morris are a Welsh psychedelic pop rock trio set to release their debut album in a couple of weeks. Made up of Heledd Watkins (vocals, guitar), brothers Sam (keys, backing vocals and bass) and Wil Roberts (drums), HMS Morris have…

Album: The Empty Page – ‘Unfolding’

The debut album by rowdy Manchester trio, The Empty Page, has landed; and it packs quite a punch! Creating similar sounds to Pixies and Nirvana, The Empty Page have quite the arsenal of musical sounds. Unfolding enters your ears with…

ALBUM: Billie Marten ‘Writing Of Blues And Yellows’

Yorkshire lass Isabella Tweedle aka Billie Marten‘s debut is a rolling, low key offering, reflective of her Northern home. This packaged collection of Old English ode’s, in the style of contemporaries Laura Marling and Marika Hackman, shows non of the lyrical…

ALBUM: The Rifles ‘Big Life’

Rating: On 2 May 2014, the Shepherds Bush Empire was enjoying a full house. The bars were busy, the punters in good spirits, the early evening as muggy as only London can conjure. It was three days after Bob Hoskins’…

Album: She Makes War – ‘Direction Of Travel’

There is nothing like the ghost of an album once its finished; the haunting melodies and harmonies echoing in your head. Direction of Travel lingers long after the final acoustic strums of ‘The Best’ fade into silence. This is due…

ALBUM: Delamere – ‘Delamere’

Having made a name in their hometown of Stoke supporting the likes of Peace and Palma Violets, it’s likely that you will already be familiar with Delamere. With that in mind, you may well have been part of the growing…

ALBUM: The Stone Foxes ‘Twelve Spells’

Rating: Hailing from San Francisco, the California sun makes its mark all over the new album from Stone Foxes. Twelve Spells, for the most part, is a enjoyable  ride down the west coast with unashamedly fun, knees up rock ‘n’ roll blasting…

ALBUM: Kiran Leonard ‘Grapefruit’

Rating: I’ve been a pretty huge fan of Manchester’s Kiran Leonard for some time now; I first fell in love hearing him on Marc Riley’s 6Music show, and he’s since wowed me at Green Man Festival and The Dalston Victoria….

ALBUM: Prince Rama ‘Xtreme Now’

Rating: Xtreme Now, the new album from Brooklyn two-piece Prince Rama, is an early contender for the wildest album of 2016. The record is the sound of two best mates necking a load of blue smarties, running wild through a…

Album: Beach Fatigue ‘Beach Fatigue’

Under their previous moniker Heavy Petting Zoo, they’d played with the likes of Menace Beach and Eagulls, building up a reputation for their fantastic live shows. Now known as Beach Fatigue, the band is set to release their self-titled debut…