Rakes & Misfits finds Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne makes the concertina sexy.
Jon Boden revisits the themes explored on Songs From The Floodplain and Afterglow as his ‘climate change trilogy’ comes to a conclusion.
Ninebarrow craft another exquisite collection of music inspired by nature
News of the online gig by Seth Lakeman and his band that celebrates fifteen years since the release of his seminal Freedom Fields album.
Emerging singer songwriter talent Megan Dixon Hood joins us At The Barrier to share her thoughts on how she’s been inspired by the music of Aurora.
Eleven divine contemplations from Karen Matheson, the Voice of Capercaillie
At The Barrier was saddened to read, this week, of the passing of Mick Peat, former member of The Ripley Wayfarers and Rogue’s Gallery and a nationally admired musician, singer and presenter on the folk scene.
Carillon Music of 1780’s Belgium brought back to life on About Towers, the new album by WÖR – and how!
In the first Why I Love of 2021, singer songwriter Luke Jackson writes for us of his admiration for Martyn Joseph.
Christmas without some songs from Kate Rusby wouldn’t be Christmas. Fortunately for us all, Kate and her band set up not far from home and bring some seasonal cheer.
Delightful Seasonal offering from the Guv’nor – Ashley Hutchings – guaranteed to stop Christmas from misfiring
Rachel Newton pays tribute to the women who’ve inspired and shaped her on To The Awe.
We attended a live event!! The official Folk Album Chart is launched by Mark Radcliffe at HOME in Manchester.
Kris Drever adds to his already impressive solo library of work with Where The World Is Thin.
Rura release a tenth anniversary live set with plenty special guests and a setting where they’re both at home and at their most vibrant.