The new album from Mike Turnbull is packed with folk tales each accompanied by a rich and full soundtrack.
Immediate, intimate, soothing and sparse. A stunning debut album from Chloe Foy.
Dramatic, evocative suite of tunes from revered Orcadian fiddler Graham Rorie on his album – The Orcadians Of Hudson Bay.
The Lost Trades join us in our celebration of 1971 with their thoughts on Cat Stevens’ Teaser & The Firecat…and an exclusive cover version to boot!
Staran add another string to the powerful bow that is the vibrant Scottish folk music scene.
Gnoss – a quartet of insanely gifted Scots youngsters whose second album lulls and ignites.
Honey And The Bear – Jon and Lucy Hart – take a trip through unknown territory. Will they survive? Read on…
Magical fusion of Scottish instrumental folk, experimental rock, jazz and ambient from Breabach bassist, James Lindsay
Peter Knight has waved his wand (cunningly disguised as a bow) and magically transformed traditional into new mesmerising tunes on the new Gigspanner release From Poets To Wives.
News, announcements, ticket details – all you need for the 2021 Manchester folk Festival.
We continue our occasional series reappraising a selection of our favourite 1971 albums in greater detail. This time, we have a new close look at the album many saw as the First Folk Rock Opera: Fairport Convention’s Babbacombe Lee.
We catch up on a live stream from folk icon Seth Lakeman whose Freedom Fields is fifteen years old. A good enough reason for a party.
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