Jazz, Folk & World Music
Emerging in 2012 as BBC 6 Music presenter Steve Lamacq’s ‘One to Watch’, Luke Sital-Singh has been quietly building towards The Fire Inside, his debut album, which follows a string of EP’s released in the interim 18 months since his appearance on the...
Before building a fine body of work as a solo artist, Scottish folk singer-songwriter James Yorkston came to prominence as a member of the Fence Collective.
The Sound of Jay & Kai review Mark Nightingale and Alistair White are the technical equals of the 50s masters
This pair of top British trombonists are too young to have heard the original virtuoso duo of JJ Johnson and Kai Winding live, but not only have they got the sound off to a tee, they are technically the equal of the 50s masters.
James Yorkston’s eighth album is a delicately beautiful affair, much in the vein of his earlier offerings.
Canadian Catherine MacLellan's album The Raven's Sun is full of fine melodies and impressive songwriting
James Yorkston has developed many traits in his long career, which spans over a decade.