Sunday, June 16, 2019

Interview: Alan Semerdjian’s Brave Songs For Loud Times

Alan Semerdjian is a published poet/essayist, released his third indie folk/pop album Quiet Songs For Loud Times in 2013 and teaches English at Herricks High...

Feature: James Galvo Parker – My 5 Biggest Influences

We're back with our feature, ‘My 5 Biggest Influences’, where we talk to some of our favourite upcoming and established artists, delving into their...

Interview: Thank Folk For That Meets Nick Mulvey

After making his trade with the Mercury-nominated Portico Quartet, Nick Mulvey launched himself into a solo career, supported the likes of Laura Marling last year, released...

Interview: Bellowhead – The Lady: A Homage to Sandy Denny

  In the following weeks, a number of our favourite folk artists will be touring the country, showcasing Sandy Denny's entire musical legacy for the first...

Interview: The Shires Talk States And Country

As the first UK country music act to go Top 10 with their debut album Brave back in March, and with their new single All Over...

Review And Interview: Passenger – The Deaf Institute, Manchester

Passenger by name and very much so a passenger by nature, Mike Rosenberg is an artist that brings his own style of poignancy and...

Review & Interview: Marcus Foster – Stanley Theatre, Liverpool

For those of you who are familiar with Marcus Foster, you will know that you certainly cannot accuse the man for a lack of...

Interview: Paper Aeroplanes

Paper Aeroplanes, made up of Sarah Howells and Richard Llewellyn, have spent much of 2011 providing the globe with magnificent, delicate music, either through...

Interview: Houndmouth

We recently caught up with Katie from Houndmouth, to discuss their new album, From The Hills Below The City, working with Rough Trade, and rescuing burning...

Live: Roy Harper

One of our favourite-of-all-time programmes is back on TV tonight, as Jools Holland takes to the helm again for another series of Later....And on...