Articles about Folk-Rock
Auction For The Promise Club – See Through
Today’s track of the day comes from Auction For The Promise Club with their new single See Through! If you like your rock “bouncy with rock ’n’ roll inspired indie guitars full of adrenaline and topped with sweet, sensuous vocals,” then Auction For The Promise Club might just be the ones for you. The Cornwall […]
Cellar Darling to support Delein on tour
Rising Swiss folk rock stars, Cellar Darling, have announced their debut UK show as support for Delein at their London date. The band will join Delein at London’s Koko on 1st November and can’t wait for the show. “We’ve been asked to get our behinds over to the UK pretty much from day one. So […]
Ryan Hamilton & The Traitors Interview
Ryan Hamilton & The Traitors took some time out before their album launch party in London to talk with myself about the band, the album, and influences that got Ryan to where he is with the band. The Devil’s In The Detail album launch party is tonight here in London, are you excited for […]
Me And That Man reveal debut album and London show
Rock, blues duo Me And That Man are set for a busy March with the release of their debut album as well as their first UK show. A meeting of creative minds, Nergal (frontman of Behemoth) and British/Polish rock musician John Porter have joined forces to create something natural and artistic, with a hint of defiance […]
Fortune And Glory – Effigies
An Indie folk-rock band from Asheville, North Carolina known as Fortune And Glory have set the date of January 13th, 2017 for their EP Effigies to be released. I had the wonderful opportunity to have a listen! The EP starts off with a slow strumming of the guitar, a unique vibe is set making the […]
Dorje, Audio, Glasgow
Today’s gig was a last minute add for me as the gig I was going to see was cancelled. Not know anything about any of the bands but the opening band Eva Plays Dead. So walking into a sold out Audio I was there with an open mind. When Eva Plays Dead started their set […]
Losing Ground – Old Glory
If they slowed down the vocals but kept the playful speed of the mandolin I would have liked Old Glory a lot more. It shows great potential but, being an EP it doesn’t give them time to show all of what they have to give and I suspect they are better live than what is shown on this EP.
Wille and the Bandits & Elles Bailey @ 100 Club, London | Review
Sometimes you don’t always see and feel the connection between band members, but with these guys you do. You see they are each other’s breath. Their talent and love of music is unquestionable. And tonight, is another reason why Wille and the Bandits are one of the UK’s best kept secrets and showcase one of Joe Bonnamasa’s favourite slide guitarists.
Dawes, ‘We’re All Gonna Die’ – Album Review
Their folk-y, psychedelic, pop-rock sound is ever present in this musical journey with an overarching calming summery vibe. Although summer is basically over, this album will have you looking forward to next year’s. As Jim James said, “The record sounds so fresh—yet fills me with a strange nostalgia for things that haven’t happened yet.”
Red Moon Road Release Live Session!
The path towards the new Red Moon Road album, ‘Sorrows and Glories’, began with a shattered leg, a cancelled tour and a long 2000 km trip home. Luckily, the Winnipeg folk trio is known for surviving adversity, spinning stories into songs and, more often, breaking hearts with stunning musicianship.
Swn Festival announces first acts for birthday celebration
South Wales’ premier music festival Swn Festival is celebrating it’s tenth anniversary in 2016! The three-day festival of music and arts runs from October 21-23 across several venues in the capital and features a whole host of Welsh talent as well as up and coming names from across the UK.