Amy Ray

Album Review: Tennessee & 48th – Dave Giles

Album Review: Tennessee & 48th – Dave Giles

A first glimpse into a long-awaited second album. Big labels are not needed when you have a loyal fan base – and that certainly seems the case for Dave Giles, who is eagerly awaiting the release of his second album, Tennessee & 48th, next month. The London-based, independent singer-songwriter has toured the UK for the […]

 Alexander Beard

Pure Comedy by Father John Misty – Preview

Pure Comedy by Father John Misty – Preview

 April 7 will see the release of Father John Misty’s new album Pure Comedy. Misty (real name Joshua Tillman) initially found fame as the drummer for folk rock band Fleet Foxes, but he’s truly emerged as a generational talent under his current moniker.  Possessing a voice as impressive as his facial hair – he’s ditched […]

 Michael Cross

The Lumineers – Ophelia – back after two years

New album, a world tour and brand-spanking new single, Ophelia. The Lumineers are back after two years. Ophelia takes on a honky tonk beat, with its quick paced piano and rhythmic drum and tambourine beat echoing throughout the new track from the up and coming and album, Cleopatra out April 8. The trio of childhood […]