Charlie Musselwhite delivers another career high point with an album full of swampy swagger as the great bluesman returns to the delta.
"Well, what sort of music do you like, Seuras?" Ever since that question was first aired by his mother a decade or six back he has struggled with the answer. And struggles still now. Call him a folkie, a country dude, a bluesman and he'll be happy, but don't forget the whiff of jazz, electronica and more. Not so keen on the charts, mind.
Andrew Tuttle offers up new age banjophonica to bewilder and beguile on Fleeting Adventure; his new album.
Plucky Canadians, Tallies, re-invent the 80’s in a glittering jangle of joy. Their ‘Patina’ album is out on Bella Union.
Footwork by Lewis Wood. Fiddle, frets and feet together for a frenzy of hornpipes and jigs to fill your ears and find your interest.
Rowdy and rough full band revisiting of 2009 solo dustbowl project.
Classy and classic country duet territory from Wales, Black Feathers have a foot in the folk and rock of Americana.
How about some Desert Celtic Cajun Folk, with added reggae for good measure? a heady distillation of styles from Mark Mulholland.
Gwenno releases Tresor; aural Celtic treasure from Cornwall kickstarting further the linguistic renaissance of the South West.
Purity of essence distilled into a fine Manx mist. Ruth Keggin and Rachel Hair on Lossan.
Vibrant celtic acoustica to blow away complacency and cobwebs alike.
Quirky yet classic Canadiana, from the Yukon to you. The Lucky Ones release Slow Dance, Square Dance, Barn Dance.
God of Hellfire seeks salvation? A mixed chalice of fire, brimstone and promise from Arthur Brown.
Lush solo stirrings of a Gaelic diva to be? Find out on And So We Gather by Kim Carnie.
Macy Gray & California Jet Club take the stage at Birmingham Town Hall…a night that was very special…
Stone By Stone from Ian Siegal -Blues through a varied focus, where the campfire burns brightest.