Dark, Macabre, Unhinged, Unsettling. Meet Amigo The Devil. Enjoy the Born Against album. If you dare.
John has been a music obsessive since he first heard 'Love Me Do' seeping out of the family radio in 1962. he spent a career in the rail industry before turning back to his first love of music. He plays bass guitar and melodeon, loves folk/rock and lives in Warwick.
Rose Simpson gives a fascinating insight to the life, times and adventures of the psychedelic folk pioneers – The Incredible String Band
Languid portraits of a world in turmoil from London based Brisbanite MF Tomlinson on the Strange Time album.
How to deal with severe trauma – all dressed up in a warm acoustic folk cocoon from Cardiff’s Quiet Marauder
Bristol singer/songwriter Nigel G. Lowndes brings us songs of everyday life – with added Quirk!
Respected singer/songwriter/guitarist Boo Hewerdine celebrates his 60th year in style.
SoCal’s Sunny War presents the fruits of a productive lockdown; Simple Syrup is a delectable record.
And Now For Something Completely Different! At The Barrier takes a sip of Mongolian Folk Metal from Nine Treasures – And we like it!
An intriguing fusion of cultures from Roberto Cassani – Lombardy and Scotland stand together
Soothing. Unsettling. Challenging. Brighton’s Nick Hudson gives an intriguing preview of his forthcoming album
We continue our occasional series reappraising a selection of our favourite 1971 albums in greater detail. This time, we have a new close look at the album many saw as the First Folk Rock Opera: Fairport Convention’s Babbacombe Lee.
Flawless concert recording and a genuine time capsule for those of us who were there when Frank Zappa hit Manchester in 1979
Gentle songs for the coming summer from transplanted Englishman, Steve Robinson on the Swallowing The Sun album.
The Field Songs of Jamaica brought to vibrant life by Edward II.
The authentic sound of 1930s Chicago, via Groningen, NL and on the debut album from Them Dirty Dimes.