Tag: Folk music

What’s new, right now? ‘Call Me Home’ by The Dreggs.

The Dreggs are Paddy Macrae and Zane Harris. They write songs that are easy to relate to with better Indie-folk […]

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 […]