In the first of a series exploring the singers of traditional songs, John Roy takes a look at the singing of Seosamh Ó hÉanaí (Joe Heaney).
US folk trio, Kalos, introduce their new video - a recording of a 300-year-old traditional Scottish tune celebrating the landscape.
The Sorrow Songs: Folk Songs of Black British Experience arrives on October 7th via the world's oldest independent record label. Angeline tells us about the making of this fascinating album.
The Sorrow Songs: Folk Songs of Black British Experience may be the most anticipated folk album of the year. For obvious reasons, it is well overdue. But is it worth the wait?
Anna Tam returns with Hatching Hares, a breathless, wide-ranging album that plays to her considerable vocal and multi-instrumental talents.
10 traditional folk (or trad-inspired) musicians to go and investigate this Bandcamp Friday. Credit cards at the ready. Who's it gonna be?
Are you heading to Folk Weekend Oxford this year? If not, we intend to make you very jealous and think about your choices carefully.
Angeline Morrison discusses her highly-anticipated album, The Sorrow Songs, and her hopes for greater diversity on the folk scene.
The Brown Girl and Other Folk Songs by Angeline Morrison is an incredibly intimate performance that highlights the singer's considerable vocal chops.
Angeline Morrison releases a brand new video along with huge news about her forthcoming appearance on Later with Jools Holland.
PH(R)ASE is a gorgeous new solo album of instrumental tunes by melodeon player extraordinaire, Archie Churchill-Moss. Abbey Thomas kicks off 2023 listening to some of the most beautiful music she has heard in a long time.
New Tradition by Ben Edge explores the world of folk traditions in a fascinating, non-traditional style, happening across psych-folk, punk and psychogeography along the way.