She’s back! The two-year wait is over and Annie Keating’s new album, Hard Frost, makes every day of that wait worthwhile
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.
Biting satire dressed as fop pop whimsy. Pretty Straight Guy is yet another gem from Brighton’s Barbara.
As they prepare to support Haircut 100 at Shepherd’s Bush Empire, we herald news of the new single from Barbara.
Fairport Convention and Sandy Denny part company. What happened? The next in a short series…
We’ve been checking out the Cropredy site ready for August 2023…here’s an update.
Illustrious indie illustrator and alt-rock songwriter Jamie Lenman returns with an inspired supplement to his acclaimed recent album, The Atheist
Boston singer-songwriter Ellis Paul offers a sneak preview of his forthcoming album, 55 – which celebrates his milestone 30th year as a headlining performer.
13 courses of 60s-flavoured baroque pop on The Lemon Twigs’ harmony-drenched 4th album
More masterful transatlantic root-bending from Canada-based Gàidhl, Ewan McIntyre
An intriguing blend of folk, Americana, 80s electronic pop and ambient sound from Irish-born, London-based singer-songwriter Michael Gallagher, aka The Mining Co
Award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter Rebecca Lappa moves popwards with her new EP collection, Tales Of A Taurus.
Music from the clouds. The new album from Angus McOg is highly engaging and very, very different
A detailed reappraisal of Chapman & Co’s finest hour.
Habitual Grammy nominees The Infamous Stringdusters pay tribute to the Grandfathers of Bluegrass, Flatt & Scruggs. Guaranteed to get you a-clappin’, a-stompin, and a-bayin’ for more
We have a chat with Henry Tydeman, one half of a band who are regulars on our pages – Barbara