The annual missive from Beans On Toast – songs of impending war and an AI revolution, tempered by lots of observations on the delights of home, family and parenthood
Beflean – in which Jim Moray is at his best in a (sort of) ‘best of.’
Foot Tappers and Heartbreakers from the grizzled godfather of UK alt-country and dobro wizard partner – Wangford & Dashwood.
Jon Boden & Eliza Carthy join considerable forces, wassailing for all they’re worth in the next of our folky festive features.
Norwich singer, songwriter and fiddler of note, Georgia Shackleton, celebrates the music and musicians of East Anglia on Harry’s Seagull.
Jim Rattigan’s Duos is a magnificent example of improvised music that will both move and astonish the listener.
The Christmas countdown is well underway with the festive folk supergroup, A Winter Union declaring Sooner After Solstice.
Wistful ballads, quasi-traditional epics, anti-war songs with a difference – KC Jones leave no stone unturned on latest album Roots.
It’s that time of year again. The ATB Xmas countdown begins with seasonal and festive fare from Kate Rusby.
Peter Hammill gives a lesson in the art of redux. A couple of 30 year old albums get a spit and polish.
A batch of favourite and familiar songs get a stately makeover – courtesy of Nick Hart and Tom Moore.
Joshua Burnell is on a roll – the ATB man of the moment heads out with a live recording.
A mystical and impassioned offering from The Furrow Collective powered by the energy of the moon.
Bumper package expands on all the joys of janglemasters, The Bluebells, making us all feel eternally young at heart. (And possibly old.)
Shazam! The Move’s explosive second album: Remastered, recut and reissued.