By Julie Williams-Nash
13th November 2020
'To The Awe', the new album from Scottish harpist Rachel Newton is a contemporary folk record embracing the strengths of womanhood in 2020.
By Damian McNairney
12th November 2020
New York Blues Hall of Fame inductee Peter Veteska and his backing band Blues Train's latest record is a straight-up, pacey, blues classic.
By Gerry McNally
6th November 2020
'So Much Trouble' marks a return for harmonica virtuoso David Rotundo, backed by a stellar band in the studio. Expect vintage blues with a contemporary twist.
Following on from 2018’s ‘Concrete & Mud’, Sam Morrow is back with a country-rock sound on the guitar-driven ‘Gettin’ By On Gettin’ Down’.
By Scott Edgar
30th October 2020
As the nights draw in, it's that time of year again when we delve into our Halloween Haunting Folk tunes and unearth some tales of the spooky and the spiritual.
'Vortex' is the latest album from exception blues guitarist and vocalist Tim Woods, a record inspired by musical greats and natural beauty.
Suitable for Samhain, radical faerie Marc Bloc’s new album 'Faerie Folk Dance's is a cheerful tonic for the forthcoming winter gloom.
'The Clovis Limit Pt. 2' marks a return for songwriter and guitarist Mike Ross, an artist inspired by the likes of The Allman Brothers and Led Zeppelin.
29th October 2020
'False God' is the debut album from songwriter and artist Felix Hatfield, a collection of intriguing, ambiguous songs from an extensive archive.