As Leveret celebrate their 10th anniversary as a trio, Jon Wilks chats to them about the way they make music, and their new album, Forms.
No Voices presents innovative music makers inspired by tradition, changing perceptions about instrumental music in the contemporary folk scene. A...
This is your chance to hear folk stars of the future! The National Youth Folk Ensemble brings together talented young...
The deliberations have been made and the tally totted up. Here, then, is this year's BIG list.
A Concert for Paul was held in Whitchurch, Hampshire, on October 22nd to celebrate the music and folk passions of the late Paul Sartin.
Sam Sweeney offers up his second release of the year, returning with an album that simply makes Tradfolk reviewer, Abbey Thomas, smile.
The FolKEast X Tradfolk Sessions produced 12 live, often impromptu performances of traditional folk songs and tunes in a brief, 3-day session. Here they are in chronological order.
The Broadside Hack film combines beautifully recorded performances from a new generation of tradfolk musicians with revealing discussions on the genre's everlasting allure.
Rachel Wilkinson finds new narratives in Sam Sweeney's collection of old tunes as she listens to his latest EP, Solo.
It's been five years since we last chatted with Sam Sweeney. This week we caught up with him to find about his new Solo EP, his thoughts on history and tradition, the Bellowhead reunion, his creative process, and the concept of calendar panic.
Traditional fiddle player, Sam Sweeney, discusses a life in folk music, from Bellowhead to Leveret to the Wayward Band, with the Great War in between.