Our Song of the Day is an acoustic version of Let It Calm You Down - taken from 'Only Stories (Let the Cards Revisited)', the latest offering from The Breath, featuring Stuart McCallum and Ríoghnach Connolly on which they revisit a selection of their skillfully crafted songs. The post Song of the Day: The Breath – Let It Calm You […]
Featuring new music from Ye Vagabonds, Swimming Bell, Andrew Bird, The Breath, Damien Jurado, Rozi Plain, Todd Snider, Joy Williams, Neal Happleston, Bill MacKay, Marry Waterson & Emily Barker, Karine Polwart & Louis Abbott, Kitty Macfarlane, Bedouine, Crooked Weather, Ida Wenøe and more The post Lost in Transmission No 47 appeared first on Folk Radio […]
Yet another fine addition to the River Lea record label - Irish folk music is in a very healthy state at the moment and with The Hare’s Lament, Ye Vagabonds have emerged as its most accomplished exponents. The post Ye Vagabonds: The Hare’s Lament appeared first on Folk Radio UK - Folk Music Magazine.
Scran are a young Manx trad group from the Isle of Man whose talents have been nurtured by the island’s cultural organisation, Culture Vannin. Their debut album Nane is an album that bristles with a youthful vigour that leaves you marvelling at the talents on display. The post Scran: Nane appeared first on Folk Radio […]
Today marks the launch of Here's The Truth, the new single from Keston Cobblers' Club which is accompanied by a colourful new video. The song is the fourth single to be taken from their forthcoming album Siren ( out on 12th April). The post New Single & Video: Keston Cobblers’ Club – Here’s The Truth appeared first on Folk […]