By Julie Williams-Nash
23rd September 2020
'The Man in the Mountain' is the latest haunting, charming, and mesmerising album from Bróna McVittie, weaving new life into old folk tales.
By Gerry McNally
14th September 2020
What is Englishness is the big question on Tom Kitching's 'Seasons of Change'. Join the dynamic fiddler on a journey through post-Brexit folk.
11th September 2020
'Flowers Where The Horses Sleep' is the third record from the prolific Joshua Burnell in as many years and it's a dreamy, piano-driven delight.
10th September 2020
Sunjay is a singer-songwriter with the gift of sharp lyrics and catchy tunes. 'More Than A One Night Stand' reminds us of the joy of live music.
4th September 2020
'Portraits' by Ben Bedford is a collection of well-crafted stories and songs that feature on the American songwriters' first three albums.
By Damian McNairney
On 'A Dark Murmuration Of Words', Emily Barker presents a record of beautiful folksy arrangements tackling some of society's darkest themes.
28th August 2020
Peter Broderick returns with 'Blackberry', his latest record and a measured tribute to the humble fruits of Britain's wild hedgerows.
26th August 2020
Not since 1979, has a full-length album been recorded in Leon Russell's Paradise Studios. In 2020, 'Back To Paradise: A Tulsa Tribute to Okie Music' is the tonic we need.
25th August 2020
'The United State' is the brand new record from songwriter and guitarist Justin Wells, following on from his debut 'Dawn In the Distance'.