By Julie Williams-Nash
21st October 2020
On 'The Living Mountain', Scottish songwriter Jenny Sturgeon captures the essence of the Cairngorm Mountains in both lyrics and music.
By Gerry McNally
14th October 2020
Indie-folk band Darlingside completed work on 'Fish Pond Fish' during the big lockdown of 2020 with remarkable results on the finished album.
By John McCart
The songwriting on Our Man In The Field's latest record 'The Company Of Strangers' has drawn comparisons to some of the greats of the genre.
9th October 2020
Records don't often have an A-side and B-side these days, but 'Two Sides' by Kirsten Thien is a stellar blues record of the modern age.
By Damian McNairney
'Song To A Refugee' by Diana Jones is a protest record of our time, featuring artists such as Steve Earle, Richard Thompson, and Peggy Seeger.
8th October 2020
'The Gap' marks a welcome return for Devon-based duo India Electric Co., back on form with their first full length album in 5 years.
2nd October 2020
On her 8th studio album 'Long Day in the Milky Way', singer-songwriter Kris Delmhorst is both at one with nature and at the top of her game.
By Scott Edgar
30th September 2020
In 2017, The Menzingers set out to escape the 'Midwestern States' but 2020's, 'From Exile' is an unashamedly Americana rework of their last pre-lockdown album.
'Are You Listening?' by Saskia Griffiths-Moore is a record brimming full of hope and a kind of serenity, a tonic for these strange times.