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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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Nadia Reid

Introducing… Nadia Reid

Lush guitars and reflective songwriting combine

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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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Scarlet Crow

Scarlet Crow – “Remembrance” Review

Two voices, a multitude of sounds – sleeper hit of 2017

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Calan

Calan – “Solomon” Review

Your Celtic needs for 2017 are right after the fiddle!

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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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Calan

Introducing… Calan

Wales’ answer to folk rock will get your feet tapping

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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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Jesca Hoop

Jesca Hoop – “Memories Are Now” Review

When less sometimes is not more

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The Travelers VGM

The Travelers VGM -“The Travelers” Review

Going back to the forest for ancient game music arrangements

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Waldtraene

Waldtraene – “Unter Wolfes Banner” Review

German tavern shanties to raise a flag to

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Faun

Faun – “Midgard” Review

The royalty of Pagan Folk retain their throne

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Indie Monastery

Indie Monastery – “One Big World” Review

The power of Persia in sonic form

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Phil and Lu

Introducing… Phil and Lu

A brother and sister act with proper integrity

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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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Rosemary & Garlic – “The Kingfisher” Review

Shoegaze folk heaven

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