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Archive of posts published in the tag: folk

An Interview with Beans on Toast

Beans on Toast a folk singer from Braintree, Essex is embarking on a tour of…

The Gentleman’s Apocalypse – JR Green Track Review

JR Green are an indie-folk duo defined by simple but beautiful acoustic riffs, low, gravelly…

Bring the Witch Doctor by JR Green – A Review

Jacob and Rory Green are pair of Scottish brothers who have become a Folk outfit…

Thoughts on the Modern Folk Scene and the Mountain Goats

For those of you unfamiliar with the acoustic Folk scene of the past decade or…

Feature: Jack White – Blunderbuss

This piece was jointly authored by Michael Smith and Jeremy Dobson. Michael Smith So let’s…

Bombay Bicycle Club live at the Barbican, York

The eclectic live performance of this north London quartet (live: a sextet) ranges from the…

Album review: All The Little Lights by Passenger

All The Little Lights is the fifth album by British singer-songwriter Mike Rosenberg under his stage…

Album review: The King is Dead by The Decemberists

The King is Dead is the sixth album from Oregon indie-folk band The Decemberists and…