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Johanna Warren

Johanna Warren – “Gemini II” Review

An exceptional twin follow up to Gemini I

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The Fretless

Live Vault – The Fretless

Folk quartet to get you foot stomping into Spring

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Emaline Delapaix

Emaline Delapaix – “Songs From the Road Vol 1” Review

Acoustic ditties to swoon to

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Iain Morrison

Iain Morrison returns with new album

Scottish folkster returns for more tales of wisdom

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PJ Harvey

PJ Harvey and Harry Escott collaborate for music score track

Sorrowful beauty from the fields of love

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Youth in a Roman Field

Introducing… Youth in a Roman Field

A horseback ride through sheriff’s town!

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Introducing… Lowpines

Indie folk to mellow out to

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Long Neck

Introducing… Long Neck

Powerful vocals and a meaningful stance

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This Is The Kit

This Is the Kit – “Moonfreeze Shine” Review

Indie folk from grass roots to grit

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Murray Kyle

Murray Kyle – “Talisman” Review

Folk from the roots of Mother Nature

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Introducing… Galapaghost

Haunting single from a manwithout a place to call home

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Johnny Bell

Johnny Bell – “Johnny Bell and The Visitors” Review

Music of the plains

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Johanna Warren

Johanna Warren returns with new single

The forest faun of dream folk has returned

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Live Vault – Saint Sister

A Celtic tinged chill out duo

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Chloe Foy

Chloe Foy – “Are We There Yet?” Review

Seeking a new lady of alternative folk?

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Courtney Farren

Courtney Farren – “Nothing Like It” Review

The quiet reflections between each breath

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Cameron Blake

Introducing… Cameron Blake

Timeless folk and a timeless voice

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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 – “Low Tide” Review

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

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