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 | Jamestown Revival – San Isabel

After four years on the road, Jamestown Revival needed some time off. They spent that time writing and reflecting on what they felt was important. Realising what they loved more than anything was harmonising led them down the road to…

Album | Mark Mulcahy – The Gus

Sometimes things hit you immediately, and sometimes they just smack across the face when you least expect it. The Gus by Mark Mulcahy is a case in point. I listened to it for the better part of a day and…

Album | Firefly Burning – Breathe Shallow

Take a deep breath, because Breathe Shallow by Firefly Burning is likely to take your breath away again and again. The staccato strings opening ‘It Won’t Be Long’ immediately inform listeners this record defies expectations. Attempts at categorisation are ultimately…

Album premiere | Tanbark – Tanbark

Laurel Canyon revivalists rejoice, for Tanbark are back with their second album. The duo, formed of Chloe Nelson and James Jannicelli, follow up 2014’s Write Soon with a self-titled sophomore released this week. It may be five years since their…

Interview | FFS 5 with Flora Hibberd

East London born and currently based in Paris, European artist Flora Hibberd is one of the foremost faces of a rising movement in contemporary folk music. Skating eloquently between influences like Joan Baez, Nick Cave, Jason Molina, and Cat Power,…