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Folk Radio UK talks to Bella Union’s co-founder and runner Simon Raymonde as they prepare to celebrate their 15th Anniversary at this year’s End of the Road Festival!
Simian Ghost’s latest release ‘Youth’ offers a fuller sound mixing guitar pop with synths and laptops.
Will Oldham’s moniker here finds the perfect place to root his warm and deep timbre, and Sioux a perfect nest for her shrill bird call.
We get a sneak live preview of Patrick Watson’s new album ‘Adventures in Your Own Backyard’ and he reveals a source of inspiration.
Back in 2010 when Perfume Genius released ‘Learning’ no one had heard of the precocious bedroom recorder. Things are very different two years down the line…
An Exclusive Interiew with New Multitudes: Jay Farrar, Will Johnson, Anders Parker and Yim Yames on their reimagining of scraps of lyrics and ghosts of songs from the Woody Guthrie archives.
Exclusive and in-depth Interview: Simone Felice of the Felice Brothers; and later the Duke and the King died and was reborn.
Read our live review of Russian Red & Rachel Sermanni’s performance at Union Chapel and watch video highligts of the evening.
Melanie McGovern talks to Gardens and Villa and delves into their past and musical influences.
Melanie Mcovern managed to catch Mercury nominee Anna Calvi at her sell out show at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire earlier this month.
Angela Penhaligon’s moniker Piney Gir releases a stomping countrified affair of lovable (for a time) circa ’60s pop numbers on Geronimo!
At times Larsen’s ‘Cool Cruel Month’ is a nutshell of timeless songwriting; an encasement of influences from a string of decades from 40s through to the late 60s and early 70s.
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