Delightful short collection from wave-making Suffolk-Surrey songstress, Hannah Scott.
Ross Little delights with a new EP that brilliantly brings together jazz and folk, underpinned by some magnificent musicianship.
Rumination offers three more tracks for a current flavour of Wheel.
Ruth Lyon goes very, very personal but not preachy on her new EP.
Joshua Burnside – more successful experiments with recipes that blend folk music and ‘other stuff’.
Joyous, juicy jangles from Grimsby’s indie-rockers, Indigo Bay on their new EP – After Dark.
Frankie Morrow – of BBC Introducing fame – on a classy debut EP. Release Date: 28th October 2022 Label: self-release Format: digital A set that pulls together the four singles released during the year plus extra tracks, Satisfaction (not that one thankfully) and Sydney Skyline. The polish of […]
New set of covers, traditional and original songs from Josienne Clarke on Now & Then.
Personal, seasonal, sensitive and subtle ruminations from North Yorkshire troubadour George Boomsma.
ANIIMALIA release their new EP and show just what all the hype is about…they are a band to really keep an eye on.
Rowdy and rough full band revisiting of 2009 solo dustbowl project.
Bluest Of Colour – the new three track EP from Charm Of Finches offers stark and spectral reimaginings.
Latest three song EP from Bleek Noir. Goth noir and rockabilly come a-quivering around the corner.
Cinematic southern alt-goth country rock, anyone? Regardless, jump in, it’s lovely.
George Marios revisits his Daffodil album with a handful of intimate reinterpretations.