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Steve Kinrade


Interviews


Fairport Convention


Simon Nicol of Fairport Convention discusses with Steve Kinrade the band's legendary repertoire, their rider requests and upcoming tour.


















Profiles



Steve Kinrade profiles the growing Folk/Country/Americana scene in his native Liverpool.







Live Reviews


16 Tambourines - : 81 Renshaw Street, Liverpool. 09/11/2019

16 Tambourines
Cult late 1980s psych-pop outfit 16 Tambourines reform to celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of their debut LP ‘How Green Is Your Valley’ with a sold-out hometown gig. Steve Kinrade views.



Emilio Pinchi
Winter Wilson
Leon Rosselson

Steve Kinrade waTches rising Liverpool-based singer-songwriter Emilio PInchi, superbly supported by White Little Lies and Lydiah, play an impressive home city gig to launch his new 'Holiday' EP.
Steve Kinrade watches acoustic folk duo Winter Wilson play an enthralling set in support of Fairport Convention to promote their latest album 'Far Off on the Horizon'.
Steve Kinrade watches 82 year old folk singer Leon Rosselson play a completely irresistible set at the Philharmonic Music Room in Liverpool


Favourite Albums




VIPS
Giant Sand
Butterfly Child

Steve Kinrade enjoys new Optic Nerve Recordings retrospective 'Need Somebody to Love', which compiles together all the studio recordings of lost 70's new wave band, the VIPs.
In our 'Re:View' section, Steve KInrade examines seminal Americana act Giant Sand's latest album 'Returns to Valley of Rain', which is a reworking of their 1985 debut album, 'Valley of Rain'.
In our Re:View section, in which our writers look back on albums from the past, Steve Kinrade reflects on 'Onomatopoeia', the debut album of Butterfly Child, the art rock project of Irish singer-songwriter Joe Cassidy.


Features



Music


In 'Ten Songs That Made Me Love...' Liverpool-based writer Steve Kinrade writes of ten songs that sum up his love of music






Reviews



Greg Antista and the Lonely Streets
Sean Chambers
Various
Ted Barnes

Versatile album from Californiian elder statesmen Greg Antista and the Lonely Streets who maintain a punk attitude
Excellent covers album in which blues artist Sean Chambers pays tribute to his former mentor, legendary ex Howlin’ Wolf guitarist Hubert Sumlin,
Fantastic covers project and charity compilation album for NRBQ bassist and songwriter Joey Spampinato, who is undergoing long-term treatment for cancer
Cinematic and richly rewarding solo album from Beth Orton guitarist and composer Ted Barnes


Eisenhowers
JIM
Telescopes
Lost Doves

Confident Elvis Costello-influenced indie rock on latest album from Scottish band The Eisenhowers
Mellow West Coast pop on enjoyable debut EP from JIM, the new project of Crazy P's Jim Baron
Haunting and also surprisingly accessible twelfth album from London-based veteran noise/experimental rockers the Telescopes
Evocative and beautiful debut album from folk rock duo the Lost Doves, which provides a welcome antidote to these dark times.


Michael J Sheehy
John Jenkins
Floodlights
Richard Davies and the Dissidents

Sublime and understated but also emotionally rich first album in ten years from Michael J Sheehy
Intimate and emotional album from Merseyside songwriter John Jenkins that reflects on the challenges we all face in growing older
Promising and exciting debut album from 80's-influenced Melbourne indie guitar band Floodlights
Enjoyable classic and punk rock-influenced debut solo album from former Tiny Monroe and the Snakes guitarist Richard Davies and his new band the Dissidents


Robb Johnson and the Irregulars
Joss Cope
Kacy and Clayton
Prefects

Essential album from Robb Johnson and the Irregulars which captures the politics of current times astutely
Compelling post-punk psychedelia from Liverpudlian singer-songwriter and Julian's brother, Joss Cope
Fine, potentially breakthrough album from young Saskatchewan country duo Kacy and Clayton
Insightful retrospective of studio recordings and live performances from short-lived 70's Birmingham punk band the Prefects


Thom Morecroft
Tim Holehouse
Mining Co
Tenement and Temple

Masterful and evocative debut album from rising Liverpool-based singer-songwriter Thom Morecroft
Confessional and brilliantly produced latest album from Deep South bluesman and songwriter Tim Holehouse
Melancholic but compelling Americana on third album from the Mining Co., the project of singer-songwriter Michael Gallagher
Evocative debut album from Tenement and Temple, the new band of Thrum's Monica Queen and Johnny Smillie


Neighbourhood Strange
Anthony Reynolds
Blue Orchids
Delicate Steve

Fantastic combination of punk, psychedelia ans surfer rock influences on latest vinyl/CD release from Stonehenge-based band the Neighbourhood Strange
Masterful new studio album from ex-Jack frontman, music biographer and cult solo artist Anthony Reynolds
Extraordinary covers album of previously undiscovered psych garage gems from acclaimed cult group Blue Orchids
Challenging but riveting insturmental psychedelic rock on fifth album from New Jersey-based guitarist Delicate Steve






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