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Album | Felice Brothers - Favourite Waitress

Sometimes the more things appear to be changing, the more they stay the same. This latest release from beloved scrappy New York veterans The Felice Brothers had the potential to throw up masses of intrigue given their recent history. Firstly,… Read

Maz O’Connor: This Willowed Light – review

Densely rich album of thoughtful, meticulously constructed songs.

The Devil Makes Three - Twelfth Day

'The Devil Makes Three' is the brand new album from up and coming Scottish fiddle, harp and vocal duo Twelfth Day. Twelfth Day are at the forefront of innovative, modern folk music. With a fresh, open-minded approach to song and instrumental writing the d

Twelfth Day: The Devil Makes Three review spooky, atmospheric folk

(Orange Feather) Catriona Price is a singer and fiddler from Orkney, and Esther Swift is a singer from the Scottish Borders who plays the pedal harp and clarsach celtic harp; the duo started working together after meeting at music college. As Twelfth Day

Folk music: 10 fine albums for summer 2014

Recommended folk music albums including Barbara Dickson and Bonnie Dobson

Old Crow Medicine Show Remedy

Old Crow Medicine Show, Virginia's modern string band, has come a long way since 2006's self-titled debut album and breakout track "Wagon Wheel."

Remedy - Old Crow Medicine Show

Heavily celebrated Grammy Award winning band Old Crow Medicine Show announce their new album 'Remedy', due out via ATO Records. 'Remedy' is full of catchy melodies and quirky and often humorous lyrics, all executed with mesmerizing musicianship. Ten ye

This Willowed Light - Maz O'Connor

This second album from the folk singer includes the songs 'Awake Awake' and 'Derby Day'. The Guardian described the album as: "mixes youthful delight with gravitas". While The FT summed the album up by calling it a: "densely rich album".

Bellowhead Revival

In their decade of existence, 11-piece British folk ensemble Bellowhead have adorned sea chanteys, minstrel music, Napoleonic war songs, and a variety of other traditional folk tunes with their uniquely vivid old world flair, which owes as much to pop pag

This Willowed Light review a perfect blend of youthfulness and gravitas from Maz O'Connor

Innovating while honouring tradition is the challenge for any young folkie, and on this second outing Maz O'Connor carries it off with disquieting ease.