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Review: Rachel Sermanni – Under Mountains

Whilst there are many young, brilliantly-talented female folk artists trying to make it onto this already bustling and proliferate scene, it is a pleasure...

Interview: Thijs Kuijken (I Am Oak)

Under the moniker of I Am Oak, Thijs Kuijken has been making stunning music for some time now. However, it wasn't until recently, when the...

Review: Martin Rivas – Reliquary

  As a staple of the independent New York music scene, often frequenting Rockwood Music Hall, Slane NYC, and a whole host of other places...

Review: No Direction Home Festival

A new kid on the block this, but one with heritage.  End of the Road has established itself as one of the best small...

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: Greg Holden – St. Pancras Old Church, London

If you haven't heard Greg Holden's music you can be forgiven, but once you have, you find yourself wondering how you hadn't heard it...

Live: Martin Rivas

Just a reminder that friend of the site Martin Rivas is over in the UK this month, playing the following dates.... Coachmakers Of Marylebone, London -...

Review: Georgia Ruth – In Luna

Earlier this week, Georgia Ruth released her stunning EP, In Luna. The Welsh singer-songwriter has created something rather beautiful here, chiefly using what I would...

Live: BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2012

Last night hosted the very wonderful BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2012, at The Lowry, Salford Amongst this year's deserving winners were the likes of...

News: BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Nominations

The BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2012 Nominations....are now in! The event will be held at The Lowry, Salford (a good choice in our opinion) and...