Traditional and Public Domain Songs by Marisa Anderson (released by Mississippi Records on 17 November). Review by Ian Preece He didn’t really need convincing, but I once sold a Glenn Jones gig to my mate Clive by reassuring him that the Boston solo guitarist was a great wit and raconteur. He is, but needless to […]
HUNTER HUNTRESS HAWKER by Laura Cannell (Brawl Records, out 20 October) Review by Hannah Peel The day I heard Laura Cannell’s new album, the summer was edging towards the August bank holiday. I was about to make my yearly return trip to the west coast of Donegal in Ireland and had left the house for […]
BE play live at Coventry Cathedral on Saturday 7 October. Buy tickets here. Listen to the album ONE on Spotify.
The Green Line by Gilroy Mere (Clay Pipe Music, out now) Review by John Grindrod The Green Line bus service might seem an odd and minor thing to write music about. Founded in 1930, Green Line buses were originally designed to venture up to 30 miles from London, and later to reach the postwar New […]
The Days Are Long But The Years Are Short by Jon Thorne. From the album Homestead, out now on Static Caravan. Buy a copy here.