Survival – Moors & McCumber (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

The term folk-rock, a label which seems to often be levelled at Moors & McCumber, might accurately describe the clever blend of delicacy and drive which lies at the heart of their sound, but it is only the very tip of the sonic iceberg. As their latest album, Survival, neatly demonstrates, there is so much... Continue Reading →

Cowpoke – Raf Sanchez (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Often the term "bedroom singer-songwriter" is used to imply unprofessionalism and lack of production, but on Cowpoke, Raf Sanchez proves that the term can stand for something else. It can stand for intimacy and honesty. Employing mainly voice and acoustic guitar, with occasionally just enough warm and hazy wash of effect and electronica to lift... Continue Reading →

Bristol’s Davey Woodward presents new single ‘Bad Day’

Bristol indie music legend Davey Woodward and The Winter Orphans presents bad Day', the latest single from their 'Love and Optimism' LP. Best known for his bands The Brilliant Corners, The Experimental Pop Band and Karen, they recorded this album 'live' in the studio. A very personal collection, this is Woodward's most emotional performance, putting Davey solidly amongst the best songwriters of... Continue Reading →

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