Album Review: Tilly Moses – Alright & Adrift

Tilly Moses has been performing her unique and powerful brand of folk music since she was just thirteen and with each and every moment since she first picked up a mandolin she has gained in skill, strength and popularity. This year the immensely talented young singer-songwriter will be releasing her album Alight and Adrift, an uncanny masterpiece that will shake you to the core.

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Album Review: Chris Merrick Hughes – Eirenic Life

There are two sides to Chris Merrick Hughes. There’s the notable producer, most famously of Adam & The Ants, with whom he also played drums, Tears For Fears and many other celebrated names. And there’s the occasional composer of modern experimental music such as the sublime piano ruminations of his new album “Eirenic Life”.

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Album Review: Sam Baker – Land of Doubt

It was thirteen years ago now when Sam Baker brought out his debut album and that initial release rapidly garnered him a myriad of fans from across the globe. This fanbase has continued to grow steadily with time and this year will see him expand it ever further with the release of his latest masterpiece Land of Doubt.

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Album Review: Hannah Aldridge – Gold Rush

Hannah Aldridge is quite frankly an utterly breath-taking performer with two incredible albums already to her name but this year sees the release of her eagerly anticipated third album Gold Rush. Gold Rush is a rich and soulful album fuelled by catchy hooks and riffs that will both rouse and lull you in turn, leaving you pumped up with a sense of mirth and an abundance of energy.

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