We get the chance for a quick catch up with Martyn Joseph following his terrific appearance at Fairport’s Cropredy Convention.
Vital eighth album from New York’s multi-national Gypsy Punk ensemble, Gogol Bordello.
Thirty years as masters of extreme Metal – the Behemoth flame still burns fiercely.
Destination Unknown – the sixth album from blues rock guitar hustler Laurence Jones hits the spot.
Feisty neo-trad warriors, Elephant Sessions, stamp an indelible mark on their state of the art highlands fusion.
Black Star Riders – the new album, the tour and a chance to hear the new single…
A deep dive into the Nordic Dark Folk world of Sowulo. The new album is Wurdiz – out on By Norse Music
News of The Last Inklings and their Limited Bandwidth series of podcasts on the theme of social media and mental health.
Ms Amy Birks joins us to explain the inspiration she finds in the work of the Bronte sisters.
Lush and dreamy soundscapes on eight classy songs from Kramies and friends.
Surprising and searching solo debut from this accomplished singer, with a beguiling switch of focus.
Norwegian folk treasure and collaborator supreme Jonas Fjeld celebrates his 70th birthday with his first English language solo album in 23 years.
Crippled Black Phoenix take the stage in Manchester on the release day of their new record; Banefyre. MØL & Impure Wilhelmina offer support.
A Brighton whirlwind hits Manchester – and picks up a hoard of newly-converted Barbarettes! Barbara whipped up a storm and At The Barrier went along for the ride.
Remaster, with all the trimmings of the second ‘difficult second album’ – Holidays In Eden – from Marillion