Going right back to their roots, Drever, O’Rourke and Green strip Lau back to what many believe they do best with some unplugged recordings.
The Wilderness Yet, a new folk trio but with some familiar names, present an colourful array of original and traditional folk songs and tunes.
Lizzy Hardingham writes from the heart about the inspiration of the music of Gilmore Roberts and what it means to her.
Football and folk music. An unbeatable combo and pulled into the same bed by Minnie Birch on Volume 1 of You’re Not Singing Anymore.
Tom Kitching works his way round England with his fiddle and provides an insight to the nation from the busking perspective.
This week, we have Ric Sanders joining us at the barrier. Having played with Soft Machine and The Albion Band, Ric has been a member of Fairport Convention since the early 80’s. These are his thoughts on Percy Grainger, the great song collector.
The name Terence Blacker may well be familiar to you. Aside from his work as a novelist, he is becoming increasingly well known as a writer and singer of quirky, often satirical, sometimes thought provoking, but always intelligent songs.
Jack Sharp from Wolf People releases an austere and stark debut, based round traditional music and words from his local county of Bedfordshire.
Another online gig and we’re at The Preservation Room for Lunatraktors performance folk art and a sneaky preview of their new album material.
Tom Kitching goes on an 18 month ‘busk’, now captured on an album (and book) reflecting the changing face of England.
Folk fused singer songwriter Pete Morton releases his first set of new songs since 2015 with A Golden Thread, out on Further Records.
The fourth studio album from Siobhan Miller, one of the key singer-songwriters to emerge from Scotland in recent times. All Is Not Forgotten is a beautifully crafted set.
Not quite back to the scene of their ‘Best Album’ triumph at the 2019 Folk Awards for Hide And Hair, Trials Of Cato are back in Manchester.
Tour news – folk music ahoy as Faustus bring their Cotton Lords show back to Helmshore Textile Mill.
Pill Pilots is the follow up to the Kit Hawes and Aaron Catlow’s debut recording, The Fox; can the duo live up to Mark Radcliffe’s claim that the duo are “reminiscent of Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick.”