Featuring members of JuJu, Robert Plant’s Sensational Space Shifters, Red Snapper and a guest appearance from Ghostpoet, Fofoulah’s debut album is one of this year’s most enthralling listens.
With Beth Nielsen Chapman picking them as her backing band and support act for a UK tour, Red Sky July’s second album seems destined already to do well.
We start this historic day with our Song of the Day from Johnny Lynch aka The Pictish Trail. Plus Johnny shares his desired third option on Scottish Independence.
Watch Hiss Golden Messenger’s his latest video for Mahogany Dread taken from his new album Lateness of Dancers which is out now.
The Outside Track & The Paul McKenna Band join forces on a UK Tour this autumn, resulting in one dazzling and compelling concert. Tour starts September 26th.
James Vincent McMorrow has unveiled a brand new video for ‘Look Out’, a track which is his critically-acclaimed second album ‘Post Tropical’. Watch it here.
Johnny reviews a historic moment: Topic Records 75th Anniversary Concert, taking in great performances from Blair Dunlop, Martin Carthy, Fay Hield, Kris Drever and more. Plus some interviews along the way.
Having reviewed James Yorkston’s latest album The Cellardyke Recording And Wassailing Society, Thomas grabs an opportunity to talk to James about his new album and more.
Our Song of the Day is from Juhn Echo, a trio that hail from Galway, Clare and Tokyo. The Hills is taken from their debut EP which is out now.
Our Song of the Day comes from Portland, Maine based Meghan Yates and the Reverie Machine whom I was introduced to by Arborea….a voice that’s deep and warm like dark ambered honey.
As the Moulettes prepare for part two of their Constellations Tour which kicks off the end of October they reveal their kaleidoscopic video for the title track of their album Constellations.
In a new guest feature we join Maine based wife and husband Avant Folk duo Arborea as they head out on their US tour providing an intimate insight into their life on the road.
Watch our latest Purbeck Session from Emily Barker performing ‘Home’ . It was filmed during the recent Purbeck Folk Festival in a nearby woodland.
Paul catches an intimate double bill from Austin-based songwriter Matt McCloskey and Andrew Combs who more than justifies the hype surrounding the Nashville based singer-songwriter.
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