Father John Misty – I Love You, Honeybear

Father John Misty captivates at the same time as he rouses, and on I Love You, Honeybear Josh Tillman’s gruff and tender vocals lull the listener on the folk whimsy, all warm, deep and comforting in its light step and melodic layers. One of eleven love letters to his wife on the same titled album released earlierContinue reading “Father John Misty – I Love You, Honeybear”

Peter Darling – Limehouse

Peter Darling is a singer songwriter from Kent. So Peter Darling is some bloke strumming his acoustic guitar and singing yearning odes to countryside times gone by, probably with too much facial hair like the rest of them? Ha. They say that every song has already been written, but that doesn’t stop so many artistsContinue reading “Peter Darling – Limehouse”

Two Thousand And Eleven – top year

Ah  2011. What a year. It probably won’t go down in musical history like 1977 (Sex Pistols), or 1995 (Britpop), 1963 (The Beatles) or dammit, even 2004 (X Factor), but we’ve still had a bloody good time listening to music, getting all fired up on the thrill of a good melody and a banging riff.Continue reading “Two Thousand And Eleven – top year”