"Sleek, smooth and sultry, Family Jools know exactly what it means to be a rock band." Sean Toohey and Jon Kean review their set at The Mothers Ruin.
"It’s the ability to twitch on the border between wholesome and heavy that generates SLONK’s true appeal." Sean Toohey and Duncan Cruickshank review SLONK.
"It’s the fuzzed-out blemishes of roaring guitar and driving organs that grip you first." Sean Toohey previews Family Jools at The Mothers Ruin.
"It's not hard to see just why this act has enjoyed the praise that it has in the past few years." Sean Toohey reviews Lime Cordiale at The Louisiana.
"From his first notes, a dulcet, laconic air of nostalgia fills the room." John Myrtle at Café Kino - Sean Toohey and Jon Kean review.
"Even after two decades in the business, Black Milk remains one of hip-hop and rap’s most important figures." Sean Toohey previews Black Milk at The Fleece.
"Shades of folk, punk and emo swaddled in a blanket of densely-populated and emotionally-charged lyrics." Sean Toohey previews Slonk at The Crofters Rights.
Lime Cordiale have "an infectiously sunny disposition" according to Sean Toohey, who looks forward to the Aussie duo's visit to The Louisiana.
"The pillars of Myrtle’s sound seem to stand somewhere between Mac DeMarco and Mild High Club." Sean Toohey previews John Myrtle at Cafe Kino.
"The anger, pain and expression felt in the throes of Crywank’s tracks are often met with dry comedic stylings." Sean Toohey and Albert Testani review.