Bache – The Truth Hurts

I’ve been listening to the debut album from Cornish folk-pop outfit Bache for a few weeks now. Honestly, I don’t know what to make of it. The Truth Hurts, released on May 6th, is catchy, energe...

The Weeks – Easy

Having recently had a look at The Weeks video for album teaser ‘Talk Like That’ I have been waiting with bated breath for this much-anticipated album release. The waiting is over and the anticipation...

Alburn – Alburn

Scottish rockers Alburn’s debut album comes out this Friday, and I’ve been lucky enough to live with it the past few months. I loved their Mouthful of Glass EP which was released in 2014 (revie...

Neil McSweeney – A Coat Worth Wearing

On Neil McSweeney’s fourth album, he takes his listeners on a journey drenched in melancholy. It is absolutely fitting to describe McSweeney as a Troubadour, in the most traditional sense. A Co...

Benjamin Folke Thomas – Copenhagen.

If this latest release, his third LP, from Gothenburg’s Benjamin Folke Thomas sounds familiar it isn’t because the songs sound like those of another artist. These songs, this album, will feel like yo...