Levellers Greatest Hits - Out 29 September 2014 - 2CD & DVD Deluxe Edition

Reviews

Latest Music Releases, Introductions, Re-issues and live gigs. From Traditional to Contemporary and Alternative.

Gregory Alan Isakov - The Weatherman

Gregory Alan Isakov – The Weatherman

Album Reviews

Out in the solitude of Colorado as Gregory Alan Isakov weaves his dream magic through The Weatherman, his sublime new album. Don’t miss the UK tour that has just begun.

The Willows - Amidst Fiery Skies

The Willows – Amidst Fiery Skies

Album Reviews

Amidst Fiery Skies is a very accomplished and confident sounding album which suggests that the rise to prominence of The Willows is richly deserved and it points to a bright future for the band.

The Earls of Leicester – The Earls of Leicester

The Earls of Leicester – The Earls of Leicester

Album Reviews

The Earls of Leicester includes Jerry Douglas and Tim O’Brien paying homage to bluegrass legends Flatt and Scruggs…Short of a time machine, this is the closest thing to having actually been there.

Rachael Dadd – We Resonate

Rachael Dadd – We Resonate

Album Reviews

Rachael Dadd’s 4th LP sees her revelling in untrodden ground alongside fellow leftfield folk guests as she combines pop with experimentation bringing both excitement and surprise.

The August List – O Hinterland

The August List – O Hinterland

Album Reviews

The debut album from husband and wife duo Martin and Kerraleigh Child, AKA The August List, comes up a sure winner. Appalachia and American roots music via Dorset.

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy - Singer’s Grave a Sea of Tongues

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – Singer’s Grave a Sea of Tongues

Album Reviews

It’s rare to hear Oldham in such emphatic voice but there is something unmistakably upbeat and uplifting at work on his latest offering ‘Singer’s Grave a Sea of Tongues’. Plus watch his new video.

Lutine - White Flowers

Lutine – White Flowers

Album Reviews

Lutine’s debut album ‘White Flowers’ is a beautiful lucid dream of a record. They occupy the shifting, elemental space of their songs – both effortlessly minimal and somehow whole.

Girls Guns and Glory – Good Luck

Girls Guns and Glory – Good Luck

Album Reviews

Boston based Americana four piece Girls Guns and Glory look to expand beyond their Northeast roots with the release of Good Luck which ties in with a short October UK tour this month.

Sheema Mukherjee -  Sheema

Sheema Mukherjee – Sheema

Album Reviews

A vinyl only release promising to put the special back into buying music sounds a great idea and Sheema Mukherjee and ECC100 have absolutely nailed it with the sumptuous, charming Sheema.

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Reid Jamieson – Juniper’s Kitchen

Album Reviews

Canadian husband and wife duo Reid Jamieson’s latest album Juniper KItchen deserves a wider audience. They’re over in the UK in November so make sure you catch them!

Adrian Crowley - Some Blue Morning

Adrian Crowley – Some Blue Morning

Album Reviews

With the assistance of long time friend Steve Shannon, Adrian Crowley has created his best album to date; it’s a worthy addition to his already impressive back catalogue which augurs well for the future.

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Introducing: The Changing Room

Introducing

The Changing Room is a new folk collaboration between Cornwall-based singer songwriter Tanya Brittain and vocalist/musician Sam Kelly. This is one you really want to watch out for.

Justin Furstenfeld – Songs From An Open Book

Justin Furstenfeld – Songs From An Open Book

Album Reviews

Justin Furstenfeld brings his successful Open Book tour to album. An unexpectedly powerful work and a welcome reminder that sometimes the light at the end of the tunnel actually isn’t an oncoming train.

Parker Millsap – Parker Millsap

Parker Millsap – Parker Millsap

Album Reviews

Oklahoma-born singer Parker Millsap releases his eponymous official debut, a white hot new talent and unquestionably one of the year’s finest albums.