Worry Dolls

#145 Worry Dolls – Oliver

We’ve done a rubbish job of hiding our love of Worry Dolls. Rosie Jones and Zoe Nichol are two of the talented (and nicest) musicians we’ve had the pleasure of meeting. This song is a sneak preview of their new…

EP | Worry Dolls – Worry Dolls

Like fish without chips or Wallace without Gromit, when listening to Worry Dolls its hard to imagine what Rosie or Zoe might have sounded like as the two solo artists who met at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts and…

Interview | Introducing… Worry Dolls

We stumbled across Worry Dolls playing in a pub in Kilburn and were instantly charmed by their glorious harmonies and idiosyncratic lyrics. From songs about transvestites to dying in a car crash, Worry Dolls’ oeuvre is the work of two…

Interview | Introducing… Patch & The Giant

Patch & The Giant

Patch & The Giant are an alternative folk band whose defining characteristics include rough-edged folk melodies, strings, brass, keys and buttons along with boots, braces and cauldrons of tea. Having seen them a few times now, these lovely people never fail to impress…

News | Folkroom release Anthology Two

Folkroom Records have released their second record, titled Anthology Two.  The album features eleven especially-recorded tracks from the likes of Lucy Cait, Ellie Rumbold, Andrew Butler, Worry Dolls, Herons!, Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker, Zoe Wren, The Moon, The Son &…

News | Folkroom Anthology Two

Julie Morris Design

Following last year’s Anthology 1, the chaps down at Folkroom have announced the release of a second, cunningly named, Anthology 2. The release date has been set for October 29th 2012. It will feature new and exclusive tracks from signed Folkroom…

New Bands Panel | Rosie Jones

Devonshire lass Rosie Jones and her band The Mystery Machine have released two lovely EPs, supported Johnny Flynn and been praised by Paul McCartney – the panel stepped up to check the hype… Tom Moyser: I don’t think the word twee…