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!
Counting Crows release the first in a series of musical suites, that provide an immersive and musically evocative soundtrack for our times.
Elly Kellner has done it again! More melodic reflections from The most Melancholy Lady of the Lowlands.
And Now For Something Completely Different! At The Barrier takes a sip of Mongolian Folk Metal from Nine Treasures – And we like it!
The third album from the Folk/Americana duo of Will and Angie, known collectively as Oka Vanga
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!
Clara Engel sneaks a new album out before the end of 2020; A New Skin is a mysteriously brooding collection of dark folk songs.
Clara Engel brings us another first in our Why I Love column as she writes about the influence of a film. Down By Law contains music from Marc Ribot, John Lurie, Roberto Benigni and Tom Waits.
We have a listen to the Gone single from folk/Americana musician Tim Grimm.
Masters of Celtic Fusion, The Celtic Social Club, return with expanded UK release of their stunning third album; From Babylon To Avalon.
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.
First new album in 17 years from transplanted Californian, Zach Phillips, leaves a Peaceful, Easy Feeling.
The Young’Uns are launching a TV show to fill the void that 2020 has enforced on many people. We chat to the band about YTV amongst other things!