“The sound of Summer.” Out on 11th August is the new single from Alex Hart., Strangers And Lovers.
We head across to Yorkshire for a couple of days at the Underneath The Stars festival.
Rich, sophisticated contemplations of human interaction – a stirring, widescreen, collection of thought-provoking tunes from Laura Groves.
Bafflingly and bewilderingly brilliant. (No change there, then from Jah Wobble!)
Rocketing to 30, no signs of let up, no signs of let down. Peatbog Faeries release I See A World.
Cian Ducrot showcases his undoubted talent to the world in his debut album Victory.
Tiberius were in resplendent form at RADAR Festival. We caught up with the Scottish rockers at the festival.
Jimmy Regal & The Royals stick to their roots while embroidering with an influence or several.
Louise Dodds and Elchin Shirinov have produced a wonderful collection of jazz influenced interpretations of traditional Scottish folk songs.
McHale’s Permanent Brew channel classic influences on their second album.
Wistful reveries and other stories from Liverpool singer-songwriter John Jenkins.
Alligator continue their passion for their reviving and reminding of the giants, Roy Buchanan with one of the longer cast shadows.
With a stack of debutant artists at Cropredy, we asked Fairport Convention what they would do if they were advising first time attendees.
Cambridge Folk Festival offers exhilaration, eclecticism and excitement from a festival older, by 5 years, than Glastonbury.
RADAR Festival returns for its third iteration. This time, it’s moved north…to Manchester.