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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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Video Vault – Saint Sister

Irish dream folk duo return with new single

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Highasakite

Highasakite – “Camp Echo” Review

Norway’s best musical export of 2016

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Faun

Faun – “Midgard” Review

The royalty of Pagan Folk retain their throne

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Planet Coaster

Jim Guthrie & JJ Ispen – “You Me and Gravity : The Music of Planet Coaster” Review

The soundtrack of imagination and dreams

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Indie Monastery

Indie Monastery – “One Big World” Review

The power of Persia in sonic form

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Johanna Warren

Johanna Warren – “Gemini I” Review

The quietly dark princess of folk

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Video Vault – Saint Sister

Two little girls and an abandoned building… what could go wrong?!

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Pine the Pilcrow

Pine the Pilcrow – “Mirrors and Lights” Review

Dublin symphonic folk trio have the power to melt your heart

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Joseph Sant

Joseph Sant – “Sea White Salt” Review

Dream folk début is salty and lush

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Lánre

Introducing… Lánre

Pulling together all the roots for all the world’s folk

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Vanessa Forero

Introducing… Vanessa Forero

The same boat, different tides, beautiful folk

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Nathaniel Bellows – “The Old Illusions” Review

Your first essential folk album of 2016 has arrived…

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Top 30 Albums of 2015

30 albums I hope you love – I do!

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Aisha Belle – “Colours” Review

How a violin can be the whole band if you have the mind to do so

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Iain Morrison – “Eas” Review

Glasgow’s finest in lamenting indie folk

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This Is The Kit – “Bashed Out” Review

A pure voice, a soft indie folk background – heaven is made

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