The Magpie Arc – a cross-border, five-piece folk/rock band – follow EP1 with…EP2
Merry Hell follow up their Hourglass trilogy of single releases with the usual Sunday release of a full album that inspires love and togetherness and hopefully brings a sackful of hope.
Masters of Celtic Fusion, The Celtic Social Club, return with expanded UK release of their stunning third album; From Babylon To Avalon.
Fleet Foxes catch us all off guard with the surprise release of their new album, Shore. The album is a celebration of life amongst plague and chaos.
Richard & Linda Thompson. Two of the UK’s finest singer/songwriters ever. Their Complete Works – and more! A veritable Thompson Treasure Trove.
Zach Phillips recently released his new album, The Wine Of Youth. Here, the adopted Californian writes about his love of the music of Richard Thompson.
Throw the labels away. Joshua Burnell takes his folk-fused baroque and roll down new pathways on Flowers Where The Horses Sleep.
Chris Leslie uses his time in lock down to release a new album that’s half instrumental, half vocal; half self-composed, half trad-arr.
Levellers return with their first new album proper in eight years. The Brighton folk punks deliver a masterclass with a poignant mesage.
The Hourglass Trilogy by Wigan Folk-Rock outfit Merry Hell comes to a conclusion with Bob Kettle’s Emergency Lullaby (Wasting Time) song.
Bob Kettle from Wigan folk rockers Merry Hell, shares with us his love of Leonard Cohen.
The Merry Hell Hourglass Trilogy continues with the new single, Sister Atlas, written by Virginia Kettle.
Wigan folk rockers, Merry Hell are set to release a series of singles. The first, Leave It In The Ground, is out today.
Chris Leslie picks up where Dave Pegg left off in our Fairport Convention Why I Love series. Here, he shares his love of American mandolinist, David Grisman.
Pavey Ark is a new name to us. We have a listen to their debut album, Close Your Eyes And Think Of Nothing