Gavin McNamara takes a listen to the new album from Jim Ghedi and Toby Hay and finds a warm-hearted, mid-summer celebration.
Locked away in a church in Derbyshire, Sam Sweeney continues to conjure up nourishment for the soul.
Stolen from God, a new song cycle from Reg Meuross, marks the culmination of four years digging into the hellish history of the Atlantic Slave Trade.
Out of the annals of history and into exciting new territory, folk supergroup, Hack-Poets Guild, create an auspicious sonic universe with Blackletter Garland, their ambitious debut.
Jenn Butterworth & Will Pound release Volume 1, a collection of traditional and original tunes that swerve into gloriously bluesy territory whenever the mood takes them.
The deliberations have been made and the tally totted up. Here, then, is this year's BIG list.
With 'Archangel Hill', Shirley Collins has surprised many by producing one of the best albums of her career. Ian A. Anderson has the review.
George Sansome & Matt Quinn kickstart their new duo with Sheffield Park, an album on which they wear their love of traditional folk songs firmly on their sleeves.
Saving the Good Stuff Vo1 is a beautifully arranged and recorded document of Harbottle & Jonas's lockdown adventures, featuring tradfolk classics and a few surprising twists.
Where Are All The Women? by Jennie Higgins is an entirely unaccompanied first-attempt from an emerging folk singer.
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.
Short but very sweet, the Longest Night by The Furrow Collective gets you in a Christmas mood with a tidy collection of classics, new and old. Fire up the hearth and reach for the mulled wine.