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Chantal Acda

Chantal Acda – “Bounce Back” Review

Lulling you into a safety net of hugs and heartbreak

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Courtney Farren

Courtney Farren – “Nothing Like It” Review

The quiet reflections between each breath

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Raoul Vignal

Raoul Vignal – “The Silver Veil” Review

The softest of voices with an album of gold

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Cameron Blake

Introducing… Cameron Blake

Timeless folk and a timeless voice

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Oliver Spalding

Introducing… Oliver Spalding

Wistful charms of a complex poem

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The Blue Hour

Introducing… The Blue Hour

If the Cocteau Twins were lost in a mystical forest…

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Angharad Drake

Angharad Drake – “Ghost” Review

Discovering a new talent for the first time

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Morosity

Morosity – “Low Tide” Review

Gypsy grunge world fusion that you never knew you’d love

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Larkin Grimm

Larkin Grimm – “Chasing An Illusion” Review

A slice of difficult wrapped in a sweet folk melody

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Kazyak

Introducing… Kazyak

Indie rock for the camper van

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Calan

Calan – “Solomon” Review

Your Celtic needs for 2017 are right after the fiddle!

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Larkin Grimm

Larkin Grimm returns with new album

A haunting new track for survivors of abuse

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Rosemary & Garlic

Video Vault – Rosemary & Garlic (with album announcement)

My new favourite folk duo are making their debut LP

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the Vultures

The Vultures – “Three Mothers Part 2” Review

When violins take over as guitars

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Faun

Live Vault – Faun

Celebrating a Tour Edition of their latest album in style

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Orly Bendavid

Live Vault – Orly Bendavid

Indie folk newcomer live from Sofar New York

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Brenda Xu – “Overflow” Review

Organic singer songwriting at its fragile best

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Lydia Cole

Lydia Cole – “The Lay of the Land” Review

A lesson of space and emotion trapped in sound

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Rebekka Karijord – “Mother Tongue” Review

Rebekka’s music has often been quite sparse and minimalist but her powerful voice and ability to create a sombre and intimate atmosphere has always made her music feel bigger than the sum of its parts. Never has that been more true than with her new album “Mother Tongue” which focuses of the most primal of […]

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Jetty Rae

Introducing… Jetty Rae

Taking a soulful time out to breathe and then rock

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