The Bearer of bad News is the first full length album on offer from Canadian musical extraordinaire Andy Shauf and one that has been three long years in the making. Early 2012 saw the release of his four-track EP Sam Jones Feeds his Demons which was the gateway to his current album and listening to it today you can clearly …… read more >>
Thea Gilmore has made an art form out of steadily producing albums since she first started back in 1998. Without ever taking more than a two year gap between albums, some years have even been lucky enough to see two releases and that’s without taking into account her EPs or singles. Needless to say that her impressive back-catalogue is an …… read more >>
Read our review of Larkin Poe at The Convent.
Celebrating Cambridge Folk Festival’s 51st Year.
The trouble with this is when something truly epic comes along it is in danger of being lost in a sea of hyper babble, which is certainly the case of The Rose of Roscrae by Tom Russell.
It’s been a fair few months since we last heard anything from Antun Opic and to satisfy this hole in our lives he has produced a brand new EP containing four new, and needless to say phenomenal songs that will tide us over until his next major work.
What with it having been scheduled to rain all week, it was coats, umbrellas, wellington boots and the slightest hint of trepidation that we set out for Folk by the Oak. Imagine how overjoyed we were to find that the elusive British summer had decided to take a break from dull, grey, wet weather and provide nothing but sunshine. With …… read more >>
It’s not exactly a secret that here at Artree we are avid fans of the phenomenal Funke and the Two Tone Baby – admittedly it’s us and thousands more – but with his latest offering Balance he has once again proven to us and the world that our love of his work is completely justified as well as contagious. Dan …… read more >>