Phil Tyler & Sarah Hill discuss the traditional song, 'Matt Hyland' [Roud 2880], what they know of its history and what it means to them.
In his new book, Blur's guitarist, Graham Coxon, dedicates a chapter to his passion for British folk music and reveals his love of Martin Carthy.
Alex Hurr delves into This Ain't No Disco, a visual feast that celebrates Ireland's new wave of traditional singers.
Elizabeth Kinder digs into the latest Morris revival and finds that it's all about the women.
'Weird folk' seems to exist at the crossroads between traditional folk music, experimentalism, and psychogeography. James Hadfield explores.
On a winter walk outside Bristol, the artist, David Abbott, muses on the appearance of birds in traditional folk songs.
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.