Thursday, September 19, 2019

Album Review: George Ezra – Wanted On Voyage

Keen admirers of George Ezra's work let out a sigh of relief when his debut album finally hit the shelves on June 30th. With...

EP Review: Josh Arbour – Josh Arbour

With the first twang of sugar-sweet gravel in Josh Arbour’s voice on Corinne, the first track on his self-titled debut EP, Arbour announces his...

A Day And A Night With: Jerry Williams – O2 Institute...

We're delighted to bring you our second installment of 'A Day And A Night With...', where we spend some quality time with one of...

Review: Seth Lakeman – Word Of Mouth

  Seth Lakeman is without a doubt one of the big names in modern English-folk music, and there is certainly a palpable excitement around his...

Review: Peasant – Bound For Glory

  Peasant, the musical alias of American singer-songwriter Damien DeRose, made his name as a solo, home-recording specialist with his bedroom-made debut album Fear Not...

Review: Rachel Sermanni – Black Currents

Rachel Sermanni is a name I have heard mentioned for a while now. I have seen numerous new releases, videos, reviews and features dedicated...

Review: Thea Gilmore And Sandy Denny

A posthumous collaborative effort is bound to raise some cynical and apprehensive eyebrows. When Sandy Denny is involved, an artist commonly perceived as a...

Review: Pete Roe – Our Beloved Bubble

Our Beloved Bubble has been a long time coming. Pete Roe has been a mainstay of the British folk scene for a while now. He...

Review: Paper Aeroplanes – Time To Be

  Back in 2006, in a small Welsh town, Sarah Howells and Richard Llewellyn began to make music together in the form of Paper Aeroplanes,...

New Bands Review: Anja McCloskey – An Estimation

The wonderful thing about music today is that it’s all getting closer together. There are London folk stars nudging American teen-idols in the charts,...