Category: Records

Album | Frøkedal & Family – Flora

It’s amazing what you can do in 10 days – it took just that long to record Flora by Frøkedal & Family. The Family part is something new, up until now it had just been Anne Lise Frøkedal. The new title reflects the communal…

Premiere | Jesse Terry – If I Were the Moon

Seven LPs on with the 14 May release of When We Wander, Jesse Terry continues to find fresh avenues to traverse with his songwriting. Given, he has prime inspiration. Largely inspired by his role as a father to his daughter,…

Album | Hanna Enlöf – BareBones

Some things contain a magic so special that your breath is literally taken away by the vision, scope and artistry present in the work; be it a painting, a poem, a meal or as in this album a collection of…

Album | Gnoss – The Light of The Moon

This album is like a single malt; delicious, delicately flavoured and perfectly poised to give you a brilliant time. The Light of The Moon is the first recording of all-original material by Gnoss, with seven instrumentals and four songs. When…

Album | Will Graefe – Marine Life

Will Graefe was incredibly lost when he recorded Marine Life. Retreating to his parents’ house in Massachusetts during the pandemic to lick his wounds after a relationship going bad finally collapsed, doesn’t seem like the ideal place to record a cathartic…

Album | Polly Paulusma – Invisible Music

Invisible Music: folk songs that influenced Angela Carter is a literary, clever, erudite, elegantly crafted offering from Polly Paulusma. We are presented with a cornucopia rich in poetic images, harmonies and delightful performances. Interspersed with extracts from Angela Carter’s sublime…

Video Premiere | Anya Hinkle – Meditation: Beyond the Shores of Darkness

A rising star of Appalachian string music, Anya Hinkle’s latest composition finds respite in the pensive. A contemplative, careful, and moving instrumental track, ‘Meditation: Beyond the Shores of Darkness’ showcases the shift from winter to spring. Its music video intersperses…

Album | The Brother Brothers – Calla Lily

You have to lean in and listen to The Brother Brothers new album Calla Lily. It’s not an album that’s going to blow you away with the power of the songs or guitars cranked up to 11. It’s really more of…

EP | Sara Wolff – When You Left The Room

Liverpool-based singer-songwriter Sara Wolff, originally from Bergen, Norway, writes intriguing, well-crafted lyrics delivered in her warm voice over etheric fuzzy synths. In When You Left The Room Wolff is watching her thoughts and emotions like glass balls in the sunshine.…

Album | Peggy Seeger – First Farewell

Her voice is clarity personified. She still sounds playful but laced in wisdom. Peggy Seeger might be American by birth, but has lived in Britain for over half her life. At the age of 85, with 68 years of recording…