18 May 2022

The Odd Birds

Review: ‘Tremolo Hearts’ – The Odd Birds

Following on from their 2020 EP ‘Better Days’ and after recently touring Europe, The Odd Birds have arrived with their debut, full length album ‘Tremolo Heart’. The strength of this duo is their harmonies, it’s as if the pair were born to sing together. Their original tracks draw influence from lost connections, the loneliness of …

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Review: ‘Don’t Ever Stop: The Nashville Sessions’ – Steven Graves

Following on from his 2021 record ‘All Alone’, Steven Graves is back with a five song EP recorded in Downtown Nashville at the Ocean Way studios. The infamous studio has played host to the likes Kenny Chesney and Faith Hill in recent years and the quality of the facility coupled with the stellar band line …

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Review: ‘About Time’ – Hannah White

Following her critically acclaimed 2020 album ‘Hannah White and the Nordic Connections’, ‘About Time’ dives deep into the personal experiences she’s experienced of domestic abuse and homelessness. Memories she’d previously tried to run from or hide away, she speaks of openly on this record which makes it a brave and bold, honest and authentic lyrical …

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Review: ‘Broken Down Love’ – Peter Rogan

Recorded in Nashville the 12 track follow up to ‘Still Tryin To Believe’ is Rogan’s best record to date. Ten original tracks sit alongside a Memphis soul version of the Rolling Stonesʼ ‘Itʼs Only Rock nʼRoll’ and an up-tempo version of John Hiattʼs ‘Thank You Girl’. The former features a brilliant horn arrangement. The originals …

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Review: ‘Marked Man’ – Ben Hemming

Following on from last year’s ‘Broken Road’, Ben Hemming returns with his fourth album. The album was recorded at Masterlink Productions, a studio located in rural Woking just outside of London, with producer James Welsh at the controls. Leaning more towards the rock and blues influence, ‘Marked Man’ draws upon the feelings of rejection and …

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