By Gerry McNally
21st June 2017
'Going South' is the new single from Irish act The 4 of Us. It's a rose-tinted reminisce of summer days heading south in the car but also a future warning.
By Scott Edgar
6th June 2017
Matt McGinn's no stranger to the Irish music scene and is unafraid to take on politics. 'The End Of The Common Man' is his new single, a song for our times.
By Rebecca Armstrong
19th May 2017
Songwriter Peter McVeigh goes against all advice and pens a political protest song. With over 10K plays and a BBC ban already, does it live up to the hype?
21st June 2016
'Don't Make Me Go To Town' is the latest soulful single from County Down songwriter Brigid O'Neill and a follow-up to last year's 'Arrivals and Departures'.
8th March 2016
A few weeks back, Son of the Hound treated a booze-soaked and swaying crowd in the John Hewitt pub in Belfast to a new song. That tune was 'Galway Rain'.
By Julie Williams-Nash
23rd February 2016
Last year's collaboration 'Sea Legs' recorded with Ciaran Lavery was a Folk & Tumble favourite and now Ryan Vail is back with the wonderful single 'Wounds'.
4th December 2015
25th September 2015
A brand new single from The Sandrunners. However, while the tune is new, the themes and styles hark back to bygone days of smoke filled bars and Bogart films.
22nd September 2014
Omagh man Meb Jon Sol, sets sail with a new single, the second from his upcoming album 'Southpaw Niños' and Folk and Tumble's Julie gives us her thoughts.