Album Reviews - April

  • Album Review: John McCusker – Hello, Goodbye
    Album Review: John McCusker – Hello, Goodbye

    In celebration of his 25th Anniversary as a professional musician, John McCusker will release ‘Hello, Goodbye’ on April 29th 2016 and tour the UK in April and May. A wonderfully evocative set of compositions, ‘Hello, Goodbye’ is John’s first solo album in thirteen years, the first on his new record label Under One Sky Records. Read our review here.

  • Album Review: Fred’s House – Faultlines
    Album Review: Fred’s House – Faultlines

    Smooth jazzy overtones abound as Bluebird begins to introduce Fred’s House in their latest release. Read our review here.

  • Album Review: Maz O’Connor – The Longing Kind
    Album Review: Maz O’Connor – The Longing Kind

    The newest offering from Maz O’Connor is an album I was quite excited about listening to, as an artist I’d heard good things about, but never actually heard. Released earlier this year and produced by Jim Moray, who also accompanies on some tracks, The Longing Kind weaves delicately between the upbeat and the melancholy throughout its twelve songs. Read our review here.

  • Album Review: Bellowhead Live - The Farewell Tour
    Album Review: Bellowhead Live – The Farewell Tour

    Bellowhead’s final set of live dates will be accompanied by the release of a CD / DVD release, ‘Bellowhead Live : The Farewell Tour’ on 8th April 2016 (Navigator Records). Read our review here…

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