2004 was a very good year for music, particularly indie rock with fantastic debuts from The Killers and Franz Ferdinand. Add to that solid efforts from the likes of The Libertines, Wilco, Interpol and Kings of Leon. All great stuff, but sometimes a band comes out of nowhere and grabs you by the balls just […]Read More
Category: Album Reviews
Leighton’s album reviews.
Ryan Adams is one of my favourite solo artists. A prolific songwriter and openly tortured soul, he’s virtually done it all and the guy’s still a baby at just forty three. Primarily known as an alt-country legend as the front man of Whiskeytown and The Cardinals, this is just one of Ryan’s guises as he’s […]Read More
This amazing debut album blew me away from the moment I first heard it. It’s a bewildering hotpot of musical styles that shouldn’t really work but somehow come together in a glorious, messy triumph. Offering a peephole into an otherworldly English village, Attack of The Grey Lantern follows the lives of its eccentric and highly […]Read More
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