Our man in a sleeping bag corrals up in East Anglia, finding it all a bit better than OK. Seuras Og takes us to the 2021 iteration of the Maverick Festival.
Blue Rose Code return to Glasgow, with live music to make your heart soar and your feet move (once again) to get hip to the beat.
Seuras Og takes in the delights of Wickham Festival, even if he did get a little bit wet! A great weekend of music in the face of adversity and treacherous conditions.
After a year off, we’re back at Underneath The Stars for another quality festival bill headed by Kate Rusby.
Sheffield hosts the return of the Tramlines Festival and gives a huge crowd a chance to revel in the experience of live music in a big field.
Anyone harbouring the blues could happily shake them loose at The Komedia, Bath courtesy of Will Johns.
Acolyte showcase their Entropy album – played as it’s meant to be – in an atmospheric live event.
At The Barrier favourite Annie Keating launches her Bristol County Tides album in style.
Jon Kean catches up with a live stream from Valley Maker in support of the When The Day Leaves album release.
We catch up on a live stream from folk icon Seth Lakeman whose Freedom Fields is fifteen years old. A good enough reason for a party.
A weekend at ‘gig TV’ with Norwegian Prog Metallers Leprous as they showcase their most recent two albums with full run throughs of each record, one per night.
Christmas without some songs from Kate Rusby wouldn’t be Christmas. Fortunately for us all, Kate and her band set up not far from home and bring some seasonal cheer.
As the online gigs start to stack up, our live reviews have rebooted. Here’s a report on Jackson’s Jukebox; Luke Jackson’s ‘by request’ gig.
Another online gig and we’re at The Preservation Room for Lunatraktors performance folk art and a sneaky preview of their new album material.
Miles Hunt – Live from his living room. Jon Kean provides a view of the alternative live experience.