Their Invisible Hands by Clara Engel is an album you must hear, with its collection of engaging and immersive songs, and excellent musicianship.
More stellar sounds from the Highlands and Islands, blending the Gaelic and Scots traditions with a contemporary flourish.
Hear the results of two years’ worth of experimentation and growth on the new album by Sabbath City’s Alunah.
Elder statesman of Irish music Paul Brady goes forth defiantly, if a little frailer, definitely unbowed.
Complex chamber trad fusion with enough heart and soul find your feet from Rory Matheson & Graham Rorie.
Perfect pop-picker Johnno Casson ( aka Snippet) returns with brand new album Chippa on Quirky Sounds.
Lili Refrain explores and experiments with ominous textures on Mana.
Satellite Life documents the collaboration between Billy Mackenzie, of The Associates, and Steve Aungle, showcasing Billy’s remarkable voice and songwriting.
If Roxy covered Van and Paul Young sang Paul Brady, would it sound like this?
Drama, Intimacy, Controversy – it’s all here on the new album from Ashland, Oregon’s finest singer/songwriter – Alice Di Micele
Chameleonic Canadian, Abigail Lapell, weaves a magical web of off kilter charm and retro influences.
Another shot of much appreciated bright and breezy inspiration from Keston Cobblers Club as they work their Alchemy.
Second album from Ceri Justice – Walk In Shadow – adds its weight to the musical legacy of Birmingham.
Drew Worthley and No Spinoza combine on ten reworked nursery rhymes.
San Francisco singer/songwriter Mickelson brings us something that is both reassuringly familiar and yet wholly unique.