By Damian McNairney
12th April 2021
Oka Vanga's self-titled record is an uplifting, pastoral, aural delight harking back to pre-pandemic times and being an one with nature.
By John McCart
1st April 2021
Mixing traditions old and new, 'Rakes and Misfits' is the second album from Granny's Attic member and squeezebox playing supremo Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne.
By Gerry McNally
17th March 2021
'Voodoo Blues' is the fifth studio album from Irish blues performer Grainne Duffy. It's packed full of sultry soul and singalong choruses.
By Julie Williams-Nash
9th March 2021
'A Pocket Full Of Acorns' is the beautiful new release from English folk duo Ninebarrow with well-told tales and stunning harmonies throughout.
By Scott Edgar
8th March 2021
Some of our favourite indie-folk tracks on rotation at Folk and Tumble as spring breaks through the gloom of what's been a shitshow of a year.
5th March 2021
The newly rediscovered 'A Maid In Bremen (live at Roemer, Bremen Feb 14th 1978)' captures John Renbourn and his talented touring band at their best.
1st March 2021
Chris Pierce is a protest singer tired of singing protest songs. He writes about issues of racism and oppression and in 2021, 'American Silence' needs to be heard more than ever.
26th February 2021
'Grounded' is the latest in the 'Digressions' series from Irish songwriter and musician John Blek, seeing the Cork native draw beauty from the bleakness.
Songwriter Ian Fisher made the move from his native Missouri to Europe, but the sounds of his homeland run deep through 'American Standards'.