Review: Lost in Love EP by Little Thief

Little Thief is Charlie Fitzgerald and Rhii Williams. The Bristol based duo has just released “Lost in Love” and its brilliantly covered B-side “I’m On Fire”. While “Lost in Love” is from their debut album Under the Patio (Sept 2021), its release is a celebration. The album Under the Patio turns a year old and the long time collaborators are also celebrating their recent engagement … Continue reading Review: Lost in Love EP by Little Thief

Review: Lonestardom by Colyer + Watch “Weird World”

I don’t personally know Colyer, but I would like to offer up an apology to him. I never hit publish on the review I wrote for Lonestardom and I am gutted about it. I apologise for not realising my error Colyer. So this post is a two-fold post – to share Colyer‘s latest video “Weird World” and to finally publish the review of Lonestardom. First, … Continue reading Review: Lonestardom by Colyer + Watch “Weird World”

🔥Tracks from Kip Moore

This is a double whammy review featuring the latest single, “If I was Your Lover” from Kip Moore and his late June release “Fire on Wheels”. For both tracks, Kip teamed up with The Cadillac Three‘s Jaren Johnston and Jaren’s touch can be heard through out from lyrics to production style and both tracks are insanely catchy and infectious. “Fire on Wheels”: this song basically … Continue reading 🔥Tracks from Kip Moore

Track by Track: Madness / Medicine by As Paradise Falls

I have lived in Australia since November 2015 and this is the first time I’ve heard of the band As Paradise Falls. The music scene in Australia is hella different to the one in the US. It feels less supportive here from a word of mouth view but more supportive from a terrestrial radio view. And it feels like ninety percent of Australian artists are … Continue reading Track by Track: Madness / Medicine by As Paradise Falls

Review: Cities Changing Names by American Anymen + Interview with Brett Sullivan

I have a confession, I’ve been obsessed with the American Anymen album Cities Changing Names for months now. With each listen, I find something new I like. There is something very intriguing about the album and there is something about the album that just sends an ear worm down deep into your aural canal that hooks onto your brain and feeds on it. Or perhaps, … Continue reading Review: Cities Changing Names by American Anymen + Interview with Brett Sullivan