Nathan McLaren-Stewart is a freelance journalist and photographer based in Brighton, England. Alongside writing, Nathan runs Bad Luck Magazine and is fuelled by coffee and Mexican food.
Bursting with soul, honesty and hope - three things he's been holding close to him these past couple of years - Nathaniel Rateliff prepares for the release of The Night Sweats new album, The Future.
Nelson, Jennings and Kristofferson set out to change country music's future in the early 1970s. The result of their work, now some 50 years on, is still prolific in paving the way for Nashville and country music as a whole.
First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder is a rebirth for Todd Snider. It’s not so common for an artist to change direction 18 albums in, but then there’s really nothing that common about Snider’s new release.
Full of candour and backed by some of the Promise of The Real’s finest playing yet, Nelson comes into his own with authentic and genuine emotion, the same authenticity he shares across the call today. His tone is pensive but happy; it’s evident that he’s come to terms with what it means to be Lukas Nelson.