Tag: Indie folk

On my stereo this week: Gordi, Husky & First Aid Kit.

Gordi – ‘Volcanic’. The idea of making electronic folk music – blending acoustic arrangements with electronic elements – is something […]

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 […]

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 with Claire Anne Taylor.

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

Guitar Heroes: If you haven’t been listening to Jeffrey Silverstein, you should be.

It is easy to sense that Jeffrey Silverstein is an interesting individual. Even more impressive is how he manages to […]

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 […]

Love is Blind: Interview with Dustin Tebbutt.

In 2013 singer songwriter Dustin Tebbutt’s break-out track The Breach was a surprise hit that caught indie fans wanting more. […]

“Banging out chords on the guitar can be like screaming and it’s wonderful”: Interview with Siobhan Wilson.

Scottish-born Siobhan Wilson has been writing songs and playing an assortment of instruments, which include guitar, cello and piano, since […]