These Orkney ladies are awesome, and we are very excited to work with them. Thanks to Jess Hayden from Susquehana Folk Music Society for informing us of Fara!
As folkradio.co.uk says, “one of the most exciting new bands to come from Scotland in the last few years. A mix of high-energy fiddle-driven along by expressive and imaginative piano; compelling songs with perfectly executed, intricate vocals and a level of musicianship that, while it seems surprising in a début album, is an affirmation of the collective skill these four highly accomplished musicians bring to the studio.”
Café Chats: Archie Fisher MBE Interview
He talks about his musical roots, his first guitar, albums, Travelling Folk and the future. Give it a watch!
“composed of a new generation of ambassadors, striving to take their sound to new audiences, raising some eyebrows with their deliberate presentation” Blurt
PREMIERE: Welsh folk group Calan breaks (our) rules
“Calan’s on a mission to prove that traditional Welch music, based on folklore and taught and performed through the generations, actually does rock. They’ve got us convinced.” Elmore Magazine
The first single, “Apparition’ from Calan’s new album, ‘Solomon’ video premier today! Click here to watch:
Congratulations to The Fretless, a well-deserved recognition of their immense talent!
We are very excited to work with the unique duo that is Hannah Sanders & Ben Savage.
“As was amply demonstrated by their live show, Hannah and Ben are ideally suited to play together, with Hannah’s breathtakingly beautiful voice [like a young Joni Mitchell] and Ben’s superb musicianship [on guitar and dobro].” – FATEA Magazine
See for yourself as they sing “Way Over Yonder in the Minor Key”, one of the found Woody Guthrie lyrics put to music by Billy Bragg and Wilco: