The sound of tomorrow and yesterday: Talk-Show blend Velvet Underground, Kraftwerk and McCartney into new pop.
With a nod to the future and a nod to the past Talk-Show make smart music: Lou Reed, Sir Paul, German electronica – a heady cocktail […]
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Outstanding boundary-pushing folk music by Peter Knight’s Gigspanner
Peter Knight’s Gigspanner THE WIFE OF URBAN LAW Independent ***** Outstanding boundary-pushing folk music Peter Knight was for many years the fiddle player in the legendary […]
Kate Rusby’s ANGELS & MEN is a true winter warmer
Kate Rusby ANGELS & MEN Pure Records ***1/2 Subtle and delicate tones that warm the heart This Christmas album marks Kate Rusby’s 25 years in the […]
‘Stand and Deliver’ by Pilgrims’ Way is noticeable for its originality
Four piece band Pilgrims’ Way oozes the rich variety of English Folk culture that will lead you to consider the storytelling of yesteryear and the heritage […]
Canadian roots/swing duo Over The Moon live and breathe real cowboy country.
Living on a ranch in the foothills of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains, it’s inevitable there will be a strong sense of place – and the rhythms of […]
Review: Emily Maguire A BIT OF BLUE
Emily Maguire A BIT OF BLUE Shaktu Records **** Haunting landscapes and imagery rich songs Emily Maguire, the British born singer-songwriter, has had a remarkable journey. […]