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Folkstock Records celebrate emerging folk artists

The video above, starring eight top new artists from the world of folk, has been put together by the excellent boutique label Folkstock Records. The label, who have been around now for a…

New pop sensation Rachel London releases ‘Runnin’ single.

When you title your song ‘Runnin’, there’s no doubting it needs to be high energy and immediately hit the ground, uh, runnin’. Luckily, in the case of the new single from Rachel London,…

Tall Poppies – EP Review

  London duo Tall Poppies are making waves with their complex combination of twee indie pop and darker, creative notions. With Aussie roots and identical haircuts, the girls seem to have a winning…

Band of the Day – JUPE

  Following  on from their chart-topping success in Ireland, the 5-piece band are setting the UK  alight with their once in a lifetime sound and their mesmerising live shows which is carving their…

Jess Thristan – ‘Live on Love’

Upbeat, charming and infectious, welcome to the brand new video from Jess Thristan. A song about how the simple things in life can make you happy in our world of gadgets and smartphones,…

JUPE at the Garage, Islington

‘Thisis our time this is our night’…Yes JUPE, it certainly was! Last night saw the Irish rockers play their first UK show at the Garage in Islington. They exploded on the stage with…

Dave Fidler ‘Easy Gone, Easy Come’ EP

Based in the North West, Dave Fidler is a supremely talented acoustic guitar specialist, whose country-soul style, slide guitar and intricate finger picking underneath a distinct vocal has the ability to warm and…

Sandy Kilpatrick – The Shaman’s Call (Review)

A homecoming heart – With the instruments creating that calming, relaxing feel along with the vocals. The lyrics are superior as well as the vocals being really sturdy and easy on the ear….

Track of the Day – Lonely Road by Yeti Love

Named thanks to enduring love/fear of the vaunted mythical creature, Yeti Love is the musical moniker of songwriters Peter Hamilton and Dave Sears – a folk duo who view the genre as this…

Track of the Day – ‘Every Cloud’ by Aubrey Whitfield

Originally from Merseyside, Aubrey Whitfield moved to London several years ago to fulfil her musical ambitions and hasn’t looked back since. Her vocal, described as ‘like a grittier Annie Lennox’, is one that…

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