All articles by Chloe Mogg

Album | House and Land – Across the Field

Creating a flowery aura that blossoms our airwaves, House and Land are a North Carolina based duo. Complimenting each other with their bold folk tapestry, multi-instrumentalist Sarah Louise and banjoist/fiddler Sally Anne Morgan are here with their second instalment. Beautiful…

Album | Olden Yolk – Living Theatre

Founded by Quilt’s Shane Butler in New York, the psychedelic-folk outfit Olden Yolk deliver an exotic wave of technicolour in the new album Living Theatre. As the project became a bigger thing than thought, the band expanded with singer-songwriter Caity…

Album | Lowland Hum – Glyphonic

Folk duo Lowland Hum consists of travelling couple, Lauren and Daniel Goans. Their fourth full-length album Glyphonic transports listeners to what feels like a beautiful parallel universe. The fragility of being full-time musicians can be hard, but the couple converted…

Album | Lucy Rose – No Words Left

If a songwriter is to draw you in, they need the ability to tell a story with not only their chosen instrument but their presence too. Lucy Rose has spent the time between her previous album Something’s Changing and No…

Album | E.B. The Younger – To Each His Own

Beginning with a boy and a dream, E.B. The Younger describes himself in a biography with pure honesty and humour. Instantly grabbing your attention, his own originality shines throughout this debut solo outing from Midlake’s Eric Pulido. Finding purpose and…