Folk Roots Revisited from John Cee Stannard is a fine memoir of a fine songwriter.
Laura Marling delights on her seventh LP, that has surprisingly been released at short notice to provide a sense of union in 2020.
Live! In London is the tenth album by Sean Taylor and is an excellent summary of the man, his music and his history.
Night Flight – a new name but who’ve made an impression with their White Noise EP on CRC Records.
Wu Fei & Abigail Washburn have created a work that is a testament to the connective power of music across seemingly disparate cultures.
Good to report that the Robert Cray we know and love is at the heart of the new album, That’s What I Heard.
Littlemen is a Wiltshire-based, UK Americana collective which performs the varied and thought-provoking songs of the band’s mainstay, Nick Allen. It’s A Beautiful Thing is the band’s second offering.
We take a listen to Huam, the second album by Salt House, the trio from Inverness-shire and Shetland. It’s out on Andy Bell’s Hudson Records.
A short collection of beautifully constructed, highly listenable songs by Guise – a vehicle for the songs and enchanting voice of Jessica Guise, the wife of the great Frank Turner.
Iain Matthews is probably the finest British exponent of the ‘Americana’ musical genre; read what we thought of Matthews Southern Comfort’s forthcoming album.
Ian Carr may, or may not be instantly recognisable. He’s been around a long time, has appeared on over 40 albums and has worked with many familiar names. His second solo album is a belter!
John Blek releases his fifth solo album; The Embers. The Cork songwriter delivers a wonderfully evocative experience.
Dear Sienna by Aerialists – “a wonderful album that anyone with a taste for anything that could be described as Prog-Folk will play over and over.”
Gill Landry – aka Frank Lemon – releases his fifth solo offering, Skeleton At The Banquet.
New album from The Lone Bellow – Half Moon Light on Dualtone Records – from the trio who hail from Brooklyn, New York.