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Review: The Mountain Goats – Transcendental Youth

John Darnielle is back again with the fourteenth record under the name The Mountain Goats. Merge Records released Transcendental Youth on 2 October 2012, after releasing All...

Review: Kyla La Grange – Oxford Academy 2

There was much to be expected from Kyla La Grange’s hour-long set on Friday, following the release of her debut album Ashes earlier this year....

Review: Bellowhead – Broadside

  With each new release, Bellowhead seem less like a band and more like a force of nature. Their music is full of tongue-in-cheek humour,...

Review + Download Exclusive: Feldspar – The Flat And Paper Sky...

  I really like it when you hear a folk record that is trying to push boundaries and not play it safe. As a listener...

Review: The Wooden Sky – Every Child A Daughter, Every Moon...

  Three in the morning is still my favourite time of day. Even as I get older and my bed starts to call to me I cannot...

New Release: Beth Orton

Beth Orton has revealed more details for her brand new album Sugaring Season The record will be released on October 1st, was produced by Tucker Martine,...

Thank Folk For New Bands

Welcome to May's edition of our New Bands feature! Below are our picks of the past month, and who we recommend giving a listen to...

Review: Dan Mangan – The Castle, Manchester

At a packed out Castle Hotel in Manchester, Dan Mangan took to the stage on the evening of his 29th birthday. A chorus of...

Review: Laura Marling – Manchester Apollo

A seventh time seeing Laura Marling perform and I'm still very much in awe of the 22 year-old from Hampshire. Having first seen her...

Interview: Rae Morris

It hasn’t happened in a while – the all over body goosebumps. I’ve missed them actually! But thanks to Rae Morris this was changed...