ATB go a-wassailing with Eliza Carthy and Jon Boden for a yuletide cracker at the Stoller Hall.
Jon Boden & Eliza Carthy join considerable forces, wassailing for all they’re worth in the next of our folky festive features.
A mystical and impassioned offering from The Furrow Collective powered by the energy of the moon.
Wintergreen finds Jenny Sturgeon and friends on a dreamy, ethereal set that revels in the intimacy.
Something a bit different from the ever mercurial golden tonsils of Karine Polwart.
The raags of Rajasthan – courtesy of sound artist and composer Jason Singh, his talented friends, and an impressive array of traditional Indian instruments.
Debut album from cellist-to-the-stars Liz Hanks rediscovers the lost pastoralism of bygone Sheffield
Next in a series, Sam Sweeney switches from solo to duo with an inspired partnership.
Sound is but part of this complex and well constructed debut solo release from Lucy Farrell.
Any thoughts that the award-winning Strangers album would be difficult to surpass prove false as the Young Uns have done so with Tiny Notes.
Re-wilding their native rivers provides the fishy inspiration for Salt House, who continue to make a resounding and resonant case for their feast of songs and musical fare.
Hushman – aka Ewan MacPherson – rolls out a calm and classy set that gently simmers without boiling over.
Sam Sweeney adds a delicious topping to a growing solo catalogue with the joyful Escape That.
More evocative observations of life in a seaside town, from Southend’s folk/Americana troubadour, MG Boulter.
Hannah Read and Michael Starkey deliver old-timey, good-timey good vibes from Appalachia via the old country on Cross The Rolling Water.