NOTE: This is a May 16, 2021, edit to this welcome text.You are most welcome to my Celtic and British folk and trad music fan site - so glad you found it! This site is essentially a blog that features album reviews and some very occasional artist interviews. I also try to write a more … Continue reading Welcome to a work in progress…!
England’s Ringlefinch have been around for several years before the release of this, their first album, this summer. And it shows: Tall Tales does not feel and sound like a debutante’s performance. It is a solid, excellently executed showcase by a band capable of both irrerestible grooves and introspective mood pieces. I have noticed some … Continue reading Album Review / Ringlefinch: Tall Tales
Region: England Style: Neofolk, Chamber Folk, English Trad WWW: http://www.askewsisters.co.uk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AskewSisters Web store: http://www.askewsisters.co.uk/pages/site/albums.htm
Region: Scotland Style: Scottish Trad Instrument(s): Fiddle Associated acts: Skipinnish Web store: http://www.allcelticmusic.com/artists/Archie%20McAllister.html
Region: Scotland Style: Scottish trad Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Angus-Nicolson-Trio-107332472647112/
The English duo of Lucy and Jon Hart, collectively known as Honey and the Bear, came to my knowledge with this, their second album, released this spring. It was one of those happy surprises when an artificial intelligence (I can't remember which) recommended an artist to and actually hit the sweet spot. Journey Through The … Continue reading Album Review / Honey and the Bear: Journey Through The Roke
(Since I’m not a music professional, I sometimes - quite often, really - miss a noteworthy release and wake up to it much later. This is one of those cases. The text below is written almost six months after the album’s release) Glasgow-based Irish composer-fiddler Gráinne Brady’s exceptional debut album The Road Across The Hills … Continue reading A Somewhat Belated Album Review / Gráinne Brady: Newcomer