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.
Sam Sweeney goes solo in the first of a series of releases from Hudson Records.
Salt House follow up 2020’s Haum with a guest riddled remote collaboration.
Spiers & Boden return with a set of scrubbed up traditional songs with a joyous edge.
‘For one night only’ sees the mighty folk whirlwind of Bellowhead join forces for one more/last(?) time on Reassembled.
Slovakian-Norwegian orchestra Angrusori releases its debut album, Live At Tou.
Vivid evocations of Thames Estuary life from Southend-on-Sea’s folk/Americana troubadour MG Boulter
Jon Boden revisits the themes explored on Songs From The Floodplain and Afterglow as his ‘climate change trilogy’ comes to a conclusion.
Jenny Sturgeon pays homage to the natural world in an all encompassing piece of creative art. The Living Mountain is a love letter to the Cairngorms.
We take a listen to Huam, the second album by Salt House, the trio from Inverness-shire and Shetland. It’s out on Andy Bell’s Hudson Records.
Jon Boden reunites with his Remnant King rearguard for the latest part of his solo journey.