FELLSIDE NEW RELEASES: The Hut People, Jimmy Aldridge & Sid Goldsmith, The Magical Christmas Tree, Ewan McLennan & George Monbiot and more...
GREENTRAX NEW RELEASES: Alan Bell, The McCalmans, Freeland Barbour & Friends, Eric Bogle with John Munro and more.....
Simply Traditional is a long overdue and very welcome CD from Arthur Knevett, a well respected and fine interpreter of traditional song.
Paper Of Pins is Swan & Dyer’s 7th album and has all their usual elements; refreshing arrangements of folk classics alongside self-penned offerings that mix traditional and contemporary folk with baroque, Music Hall and even classical sounds.
Alone With History is the fourth album released by Alastair Savage, and his first completely unaccompanied fiddle recording.
The most intimate of Reg Meuross’s 11 albums to date, December is a collection of 10 superbly crafted and reflective tracks from the master of melody and storytelling.
NEW RELEASE: Lorcán Mac Mathúna, Martin Tourish, Daire Bracken, Íde Nic Mhathúna, Éamonn Galldubh - Visionaries 1916
Released in the centenary year of the Easter Rising, this is a remarkable recording based on the songs and poems of four cornerstones of the Rising: Connolly, Pearse, Ceannt and Plunkett.
Peter and Barbara Snape have a great love of traditional British folk music and have used their skills and knowledge to search out material from their native Lancashire/North West.
Modal Citizen is the debut solo album from an intimate, inventive, soul-searching fiddle player. Josie takes the listener on an evocative musical pathway, interweaving some of her traditional favourites with innovative compositions that connect to her roots, the music of east Clare.
Releasing his 13th solo CD, Jim Malcolm is among Scotland’s most prolific singer-songwriters, and this outstanding collection of 14 songs, performed live last autumn, shows why.