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New Releases

NEW RELEASE: Andy Kenna - Old Ports Of Call: The Maritime Songs Of Bob Watson


Andy Kenna is a renowned vocalist and musician, singing shanty songs and playing treble and baritone concertinas.

NEW RELEASE: Kevin Madden - The Sugar Loaf


Kevin Madden is a former All-Ireland and All-Britain winning fiddle player from the vibrant Manchester Irish music scene. He has extensive experience playing in ceili bands and sessions and this, his debut release, is a traditional fiddle album which sees him bring all these experiences to fruition.

NEW RELEASE: Mike Nicholson - Remember Me


Mike has been involved in the folk music scene since 1989 combining a traditional singing style with contemporary material. He draws his audience to him through an unassuming approach which only asks that the listener might share his love of singing and of the songs. He's so completely comfortable with himself and the songs he's singing, that his relaxed de-meanour and rich, bass baritone voice can totally beguile an audience within minutes.

NEW RELEASE: McNeill & Heys - Any Other Morning


Guitarist Jack McNeill and violinist Charlie Heys return with their fourth studio album forged from fresh sounds, stories and exciting new instrumental textures.

NEW RELEASE: Ange Hardy - The Lament Of The Black Sheep


Described by Mike Harding as “one of the bright stars of the new wave of folk singers”, Ange Hardy burst onto the folk scene in 2013 with her debut folk album Bare Foot Folk which led to winning FATEA magazine's prestigious Female Vocalist of the Year.

Folk Legacy - 37 tracks of historic live recordings from Girvan Folk Festival now available on CD

A double CD is now available featuring historic live recordings from Girvan Folk Festival, marking the festival's 40th anniversary and sampling the treasures of the archive - 27 tracks of wonderful live recordings.

It features Arcardy, Iain Mackintosh, Dervish, Mirk, Adam MacNaughtan, Boys Of The Lough, John Kirkpatrick, Heather Heywood, Cathal McConnell & Tim O'Leary, Bob Fox, The Kipper Family, Altan, Waterson:Carthy, Bobby Robb, Highland Connection, Huw & Tony Williams, Setanta, The Gaugers, Quadrille, The Voice Squad, Deanta, Dave Burland, Tony Hall, Norman Kennedy, Gerry O'Connor, Jolly Jack and Ossian.

New Release: The Friel Sisters


Anna, Sheila and Clare Friel are young traditional musicians born in Glasgow with their family roots firmly entrenched in the Donegal Gaeltacht.

New Release: Johnny Coppin - Borderland


The long awaited new album from one of England's finest singer/songwriters.

New Release: Various Artists - The Omnibus


This album attempts to reflect the current state of Northumbrian piping by distilling the music of 16 pipers and 8 other musicians into a 70-minute package.

New Release: Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh - The Small Hours


Recipient of the 2011 Gradaim Ceoil TG4 Singer of the Year award and lead-singer and flute player with the renowned group, Danú, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh grew up in Dún Chaoin, Co. Kerry.