EP Review: Milton Hide – Little Fish

Little Fish is the latest EP from the authentic folk stylings of Milton Hide. Comprising of Jim and Josie Tipler, the pair have one of the most long standing performing relationships in the music industry today. Having first met at college the pair teamed up to perform various gigs and busk. This companionship lead them on to greater heights and more and more musical projects and groups and the rest is history.

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Album Review: Scott Matthews – The Great Untold

The sixth studio album by the Ivor Novello Award-winning singer-songwriter (Best Song Musically & Lyrically for “Elusive”) is a masterclass in honesty, instinct and reflection. A largely acoustic recording, Matthews’ new record features sparse production after being recorded over a productive winter at home. His ten-song cycle is the sound of a man now entirely comfortable in his own skin, putting his neck on the line with a collection of quietly extraordinary songs.

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Album Review: Funke and the Two Tone Baby – Denizen

Funke and the Two Tone Baby is the musical mind child of one Dan Turnbull, a man for whom the term ‘energetic’ would be a grave insult and a woeful misjustice. Turnbull has the kind of raw and violent energy that comes from the collision of tectonic plates and within his new album Denizen he tames this wild energy and whips it into a frenzied whirlpool of sound that has become his greatest work to date.

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