Album Review: The Young’uns – Strangers

It’s been quite a ride so far for North Eastern trio The Young’uns. Twice BBC Radio Folk Award winners for Best Group, a feat quite remarkable for what is primarily an a capella act – and now four albums in, these guys have built a reputation on incredible vocal arrangements, solid storytelling and bags of character in their performances, and rightly sit at the top table in the genre at this current time. 

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Album Review: Daniel Nestlerode – Almost Home

It has been just over two years since Daniel Nestlerode’s debut album More Than a Little Guitar hit the shelves and clearly the time between then and now has been spent in the careful composition of his eagerly anticipated follow-up album Almost Home which is now finally readily available for purchase across the lands.

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Artree Music are delighted to be working in collaboration with New Zealand born singer-songwriter Samuel Alty

Artree Music has recently begun working in collaboration with New Zealand born Samuel Alty to spread his well deserving name ever further around the globe. With a unique outlook on life and a truly extraordinary set of experiences and talents it is only a matter of time before Alty becomes a household name in folk music.

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Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls confirmed for Cambridge Folk Festival + “The Den” stage line-up announced

Acclaimed English indie-folk singer songwriter, Frank Turner joins the bill to headline Saturday night with his band The Sleeping Souls. He made his Cambridge debut in 2008, with a completely new take on English folk, fuelled by the intense energy that marked him out as frontman of his post-punk band Million Dead. The creative force of his ever-evolving material has made Frank Turner a hugely popular name at Cambridge, as he makes a timely return following his last appearance in 2015 where he performed a solo set.

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Fairport Convention announce ‘Come All Ye – The First 10 Years’ 7 CD Box Set / Out 28th July

July 28th sees the release of this lavish Fairport Convention CD box set, Come All Ye – The First 10 Years. Compiled by Andrew Batt, the curator of the very successful show, ‘The Lady – A Tribute To Sandy Denny’, which toured the UK in 2012, this collection celebrates Fairport’s first 10 years, beginning with their eponymous debut for Polydor in 1968, through all of their seminal albums for Island Records and finishing with tracks from their two albums for Vertigo, The Bonny Bunch of Roses and Tippers Tales.

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EP Review: Dig Deeper – Stars Tonight

Norwegian based band Dig Deeper have been bringing their unique blend of 80s alternative folk rock to the world for a fair number of years now and over the last few years their influence has been steadily spreading further and further afield from their homeland. 2017 sees the release of their latest EP Stars Tonight and it’s a musical triumph that will doubtless spread their name further still.

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