Author: Ian Parker

Ian is For Folk's Sake's reviews editor. Find him on Twitter @iparky.

FFS New Bands Panel – Admiral Fallow

Five students came together in Glasgow four years ago to form the Brother Louis Collective. Fast forward a little while, and the newly-monikered Admiral Fallow have just put out their debut album, Boots Met My Face, mixing several different sounds…

FFS’s New Band Review Panel: Maia – The Band

With the release of their debut album just around the corner, Maia The Band are ready to take off. The four piece from the North West of England combine an array of different sounds for our New Bands Panel to…

Pearly Gate Music debut album streaming now

Pearly Gate Music are streaming their debut album online this week ahead of its release on Monday. The Seattle-based band, headed by Zach Tillman – brother of Fleet Foxes drummer and singer/songwriter J. Tillman – have signed to Bella Union…

EP: Eagleowl – Into The Fold

Eagleowl have certainly kept us waiting. They say themselves, they ‘prefer to do things right, rather than do things fast’, and they certainly live by that. Into the Fold is the follow-up to their 2008 EP For The Thoughts You…

Single: Draw Me Stories – Becomes The Hunted/Oars

Draw Me Stories have turned the power back on. Following up on last year’s album The Unplugged Sessions and The Sky And The Mirror EP, they return with the new double A side single Becomes The Hunted/Oars, and it represents…

FFS’s New Band Review Panel: Daniel J Nixon

Damien Girling says: “The cover for Daniel J. Nixon’s EP ‘Turn This Stone’ appears as a sparse contrast to that of Andrew Birds ‘Nobel Beast’. Whilst Bird’s imagery hints at pastoral loveliness Nixon beckons us towards a frozen horizon. This…