By Damian McNairney
13th September 2018
'13 Rivers' is the latest album in the impressive catalogue of Richard Thompson. Each song represents a river flowing with passion, emotion, and sharp wit.
By Scott Edgar
16th January 2020
'A Beginners' Guide To Bravery' is the debut album from Irish songwriter David Keenan, named as one to watch by Hozier, Glen Hansard, and Gary Lightbody.
6th February 2020
Seth Lakeman is back with 'The Pilgrim's Tale'. A concept album documenting the journery of the English sailing ship The Mayflower four hundred years ago.
By Paul McAnallen
21st April 2016
In the same month Merle Haggard was called home, Sturgill Simpson released 'A Sailor's Guide to Earth' and took that Outlaw baton in a different direction.
By Julie Williams-Nash
7th November 2017
As Winter rolls in, we settle down with the melancholy, ethereal sounds of Edelle McMahon's latest record 'Adventures in Narcissism'. One to watch in 2018.
By Gerry McNally
4th February 2020
'After The Fire After The Rain' sees The Lost Brothers swap the sounds of the lonesome highways of the American midwest for the west coast of Ireland.
12th September 2016
Benjamin Francis Leftwich is back. After a turbulent five years, the British songwriter returns with 'After The Rain' and some of his finest writing to date.
'Ailm' is a bluesy alt-folk record from Irish songwriting duo Blackbird and Crow. It's an album full of soul, passion, honesty, and some dirty blues guitar.
7th August 2019
'Air Iomall' by Charlie Grey and Joseph Peach is a stunning, evocative folk album inspired by a journey by ship around desolate and deserted Scottish isles.