Tag: Folk music

Interview with indie folk outfit Little Quirks.

It was the extraordinary cover version of the classic Cranberries song Dreams that lifted the young folk band Little Quirks […]

Interview with Sara Rachele.

For fans of Sara Rachele, I thrilled to say her new album is finally here after an unexpected delay over […]

Songs about overcoming adversity: ‘Who’s Gonna Make My Mistakes’ by Caroline Spence.

Caroline Spence’s third album Mint Condition released back in May this year showcases a singer songwriter in complete command of her sweet […]

Siobhan Wilson talks about her new album The Departure, fan support and suffering fools!

Siobhan Wilson is one of those incredible rising talents that I discovered a while ago by chance. From the outset […]

Interview: Anna Tivel talks about her stunning new album The Question.

Portland-based Anna Tivel just might be the most honest musician I have come across in recent years. Her gentle acoustic […]

Interview with Claire Anne Taylor.

I have a colourful wildly imaginative image of Claire Anne Taylor running and playing games as a child immersed in […]

Songs in the key of Liza.

Earlier this year a friend reached out to me suggesting I should listen to the ‘world-weary’ album Momentary Glance by […]

Julie Byrne – ‘Not Even Happiness’ album review.

Julie Byrne – Not Even Happiness (Basin Rock). I stumbled across almost by accident a couple years ago the album […]

“I love writing big idea songs that every person can relate to…”: Interview with Courtney Marie Andrews.

When you hear a voice like Courtney Marie Andrews, it’s hard not to feel moved by its strength and remarkable […]

Interview with folk rock poet William Crighton.

Within a short time William Crighton has established himself as one of Australia’s finest new singer-songwriters. Interestingly, he is often […]