November 9th 2012 With large glasses, a flat cap and a chequered shirt, Micah P. Hinson resembles more of an art-house film director than a musician. His endearingly uncomfortable stage manner (leg spasms, rolling hips, eyes directed to heaven) are offset by his rough-yet-serene vocals.
Upon the first listen, The Errant Charmer reminded me of those picture-boards at the seaside with the holes cut out for the faces – the tracks on this album are like the same picture of a mermaid holding flowers but with the faces of different
Tom Williams & The Boat’s new single contains the recipe for success as it has all the hallmarks of a track with widespread appeal. The vocals are accessible as they sound ‘familiar’, the guitars and drums are not doing anything too extraordinary, the beat doesn’t
The Days That Shaped Me’ is the debut album from Marry Waterson and Oliver Knight. Where to start? This is evening music – something that you would put on after a long day at work. ‘The Days That Shaped Me’ are as quintessential to sleep