Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs: Through the Smoke

In our first review since the end of our Summer hiatus, we’re looking at an album released at the end of July.  Montana based bluegrass musicians Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs recorded their fourth studio album earlier this year and have produced a record full of...
El Misti: All Is Lost

El Misti: All Is Lost

Liverpool / Cheshire collective El Misti, headed by Paddy Bleakley and Kieran Gilchrist, release their second album, ‘All Is Lost’ next week.  Ostensibly falling under the Americana label, the album starts off at the country end of that umbrella before...
Stranger Girl: Black Hole Radio

Stranger Girl: Black Hole Radio

Brighton based alt-indie quartet Stranger Girl (Melissa, Joe, James and Andrew) released their debut EP, Black Hole Radio, last month.  They burst onto the music scene via BBC Introducing in 2019 and played festivals including The Great Escape, before recording this...
Will Newman: Daylight Fades to Midnight

Will Newman: Daylight Fades to Midnight

Daylight Fades to Midnight from Canterbury based singer songwriter Will Newman, is a nostalgic journey through the myriad of emotions associated with relationships. More specifically, the album gives an insight into Will’s own experience with love and relationships...
Bringing the Summer Tunes

Bringing the Summer Tunes

As the British weather has triumphantly morphed from Spring into Summer, this week Angry Baby is taking a look at five singles from five women that just feel right for Summer.  Maaike Siegerist, Katie Kittermaster and Allegra have all featured here before, whereas...
Atomic Bronco: Spectrum

Atomic Bronco: Spectrum

A one man rock band might sound like an oxymoron but that’s exactly what Atomic Bronco is.  The creation of producer, musician and songwriter Kyle Nuss, originally from the heart of rural America, but now based in London, Atomic Bronco is a band that embraces...