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Lucky - Suzy Bogguss

Grammy Award winning Suzy Bogguss didn't set out to craft a Merle Haggard tribute record. Some might call that serendipity; she just calls it "Lucky." An accomplished artist and songwriter in her own right, Bogguss and her husband/co-producer Doug Crider

Oysterband: Diamonds On The Water

The opening tracks are easy on the ear, with robust violin melodies.

Angel Olsen: Burn Your Fire for No Witness

The US singer-songwriter remains an enigmatic presence, her vocals introspective and pensive.

Musicport Festival 2014

Musicport was established in 2000 to promote live music and music education in Whitby and the surrounding area with its primary event being Musicport World Music Festival each autumn. Over the last ten years the festival has grown year on year and has est

Acoustic At The Ryman - Band Of Horses

Acoustic at The Ryman' is a 10-song virtual greatest hits set of acoustic renditions of songs from across the Band Of Horses catalogue. Recorded at Nashville's legendary Ryman Auditorium over two magical nights in April 2013. Having captured this two-nigh

The Tall Islands - Salsa Celtica

Salsa Celtica is gearing up for an incredible 2014. They headline Glasgow's Celtic Connections on 24th January, quickly followed by a debut concert in Cartegena, Columbia, on 30th January, as part of the Hay Festival. Their new album, The Tall Islands, is

Angel Olsen: Burn Your Fire For No Witness - review

Last December, Angel Olsen opened for Neko Case at the Forum, one of London's draughtier old theatres.

Ghost of a Gardener – Rachel Ries

This latest album from the singer is a mixed bag filled with interesting variations but occasionally loses control vocally. From the opening track ‘Time’ right through to ‘Standing Still’, the listener is taken on a musical journey that is fil

Ghost of a Gardener - Rachel Ries

After a year break, Rachel Ries returns with a brand new, full length album. It includes the tracks 'Holiest Day' and 'You Can Go'.

Album | Rosanne Cash - The River And The Thread

In an ideal world, you'd want to allow an artist - particularly one of the quality of Rosanne Cash - to stand on her own terms rather than constantly link her to her famous parents. Cash, though, is making it… Read more →