Gavin McNamara takes a listen to the latest album from folk polymath, Jim Moray, and finds what he thinks may well be the album of the year.
JFF's blend of earthy vocals, electronic elements, and traditional instruments is as unnerving as it is innovative, making this album an instant classic.
Forget the title. Whatever these two turn their hands to turns to gold. An exceptional album from two musicians at the absolute top of their game
I Thought I Told You pays homage to Michael Chapman's diverse music with mesmerizing performances from Yorkshire's artists.
Martin Simpson and Thomm Jutz gather together a coterie of extraordinary musicians and bring to life the songs of Mary Sands and Jane Gentry.
'A Curious Dance' by Paddi Benson, Grace Lemon and James Patrick Gavin ushers forth real disquiet as the nights draw in.
The Endless Coloured Ways: The Songs of Nick Drake hits when the artists veer away from the original. All too often, however, loyalty to the source sours the brew.