RJ Thompson: Lifeline

RJ Thompson: Lifeline

In late 2020, the North East musician RJ Thompson released his second album, Lifeline, a deeper, more honest collection of songs that is inherently personal, reflecting on his childhood, relationships and navigating today’s digital world. Interspersed with the...
Neon Tapehead: Never Say Never

Neon Tapehead: Never Say Never

When the month is January and the weather is dark, wet and miserable, the kind of music you want to listen to is the kind that gets you up dancing, the kind that brings that little bit of joy.  Happily, for Angry Baby’s first review of 2021, we can bring you...
Merry Christmas 2020!

Merry Christmas 2020!

We’ve almost made it – the end of 2020 is in sight and in just a few days, the joys of Christmas will be upon us.  This year, more than any other year, being together, having fun and celebrating the goods things in life is so important and we at Angry Baby...
for King & Country: A Drummer Boy Christmas

for King & Country: A Drummer Boy Christmas

With less than two weeks to go until Christmas, yuletide songs old and new have been blasting out everywhere, with Christmas trees and lights making their presence felt weeks ago.  At a time of year when even the most bah humbug amongst us like to come together and...
aliensdontringdoorbells: Arrival

aliensdontringdoorbells: Arrival

Wow, what a great name for a band – there’s no swiping past aliensdontringdoorbells (yes, it’s written like that) is there? The name came from a witnessed conversation between a six year-old and an old man on a New York Subway platform. The man...
Kiirstin Marilyn: There Are No Cats in America

Kiirstin Marilyn: There Are No Cats in America

New York based Kiirstin Marilyn’s new album, released in October, is an album like no other I’ve heard this year. There are No Cats in America is a thirteen track look at the human race, our relationships with each other, with animals and with society in...