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Interview: The Shires – Alan Ewart has his faith in humanity in general and in the music industry in particular restored at Larmer Tree...

Interview: The Shires - Alan Ewart has his faith in the music industry restored by The Shires at Larmer Tree Festival

Gruff Rhys: Sage, Gateshead – live review

Gruff Rhys Sage, Gateshead July 18th 2015 Gruff regales this packed crowd with the intriguing tale of John Evans, accompanied by tracks from his exceptional album American...

The Felice Brothers: Sage, Gateshead – live review

An incredible evening as the Pierce Brothers almost steal the show with a high octane set, but The Felice Brothers mesmerise the crowd with an emotional roller coaster of a set.

Jason Isbell: Something More Than Free – album review

Resplendent with irresistible hooks, thought-provoking lyrics and observational genius.

Heartless Bastards: Restless Ones – album review

Heartless Bastards fifth album is effortlessly brilliant, the supersonic tracks providing the perfect backdrop for Erika's beautifully heartfelt vocals, yet it leaves us with more questions than answers.

The Wynntown Marshals: The End Of The Golden Age – album review

Three albums in for Edinburghs Wynntown Marshals and they're carving out a singular niche in Americana/Alt. Country. Joe Whyte reviews.

Kath Bloom: Pass Through Here – album review

Heroine to some of the most acclaimed songwriters in the world yet relatively unknown, we review the new album from enigma Kath Bloom.

Josh Rouse: Kings Place, London – live review

Josh Rouse returned to London to promote his recently released LP "The Embers Of Time"

Seasick Steve: O2 Academy, Newcastle – live review and photo review

Seasick Steve is truly one in a million as he effortlessly demonstrates that this evening, as he treats us to an incredible evening of incredible music.

Josh Rouse: The Embers of Time – album review

Josh Rouse - The Embers of Time (Yep Roc) CD | LP | DL Out now Josh Rouse continues his return to his classic sound started on...

Whiskey Myers: Early Morning Shakes – album review

Whiskey Myers - Early Morning Shakes (Wiggy Thump Records) DL/CD/LP Out Now Southern Rockers Whiskey Myers release their UK debut. Louder Than War's Dave Jennings reviews. Some of...

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