Film director, Giles Borg, discusses his new project, Albion, with Jon Wilks, and detects a growing interest in all things folk culture and psychogeography.
The artist, Ben Edge, discusses his love of folk culture and its place in this world of climate change and gentrification.
Eco poet, Eleanor Flowerday, explores the idea that folk culture may be key to the belonging that Gen Z so longs for.
Traditional toe-tappers for toddlers? Books for your budding Bamptonite? Chloe Middleton-Metcalfe explores a world of media for folkie offspring.
Meet Karl Sinfield, frontman with The Gally Canters, who is attempting a seemingly impossible arrangement mission with (so far) very beautiful results.
The Broadside Hack film combines beautifully recorded performances from a new generation of tradfolk musicians with revealing discussions on the genre's everlasting allure.
The artist Lucy Wright discusses a decade exploring the lesser-known reaches of the folk world, and why folk is a feminist issue.
There’s interesting tradition-related stuff happening in all corners of the country right now. Heck, there’s probably something going on right under your nose, without you even realising it. Here at Tradfolk we like nothing better than seeking out brilliant people doing fascinating things, so Em Kuntze has been speaking to Suzie Grieve of Foraged Fibres.
A song I'd never heard before felt instantly, spookily familiar. I dug around, spoke to some friends, and got a term for the phenomena from Shirley Collins: Folk memory.
Making Mischief is a new exhibition to be staged at Compton Verney, Warwickshire, dedicated to British folk costumes. It's the first of its kind. Here's all you need to know.
Welcome to the wonderful world of Libby Bove, where folk rituals and vehicle maintenance are not mutually exclusive.
Already making an appearance at festivals around the UK, 'The Broadside Hack' is a new film exploring traditional folk music in a modern context.