Folk

  • Izzy Mawdesley: “Bliss” – perfection defined!

    Izzy Mawdesley is a young singer songwriter, hailing from Dorset, UK. Since the age of 12, she has been a prolific composer, experimenting with different instruments and sounds, whilst retaining a keen ear for her love of cinematic music. “Bliss” is her first track to be available on iTunes...
  • Will Adams: “Ribbons Ties and Bows” understands the subtleties of poetry

    Will Adams is a songwriter, pianist, guitarist, vocalist and a fiddle player. Will has lived in the mountains of Massachusetts all his life and been performing on and off for a number of years in the Western Massachusetts area. He has released a vast amount of music on various...
  • Trio Of Awesuhm: “Cowboys&Aliens” – Storytellers with something worthwhile to say!

    Trio Of Awesuhm is the moniker of singer-songwriter Monica Uhm and her collective of diverse and talented collaborators she’s met and worked with through the years. The New York based band’s sound has been described as “philoso-folk on the rocks”. The project’s debut album is called “Cowboys&Aliens” which has...
  • Derek Lee Goodreid: “Beneath Starry Skies” – Naked Earnestness!

    First there was “God, The Devil and I”, then “Feel It!”, and now Australian singer-songwriter, Derek Lee Goodreid completes the trilogy of albums with “Beneath Starry Skies” – his most poignantly personal recording thus far. Every album that Derek has brought out has been a special gem. They are recordings...
  • Bonga Jean-Baptiste: “Kenbe Tradision” – A tapestry of sound!

    The rapid ascent of a young generation of beatmakers with Haitian roots – artists like Kaytranada, Fool’s Gold label mates High Klassified and Shash’U, as well as longstanding LuckyMe artist Lunice. While none of them overtly revisit or reinterpret the traditional sounds of their Caribbean ancestors such as kompa,...
  • The Sandman’s Orchestra: “The Ninth Wave” – A Reworking of The Kate Bush Album!

    The Sandman’s Orchestra is an atmospheric folk duo from Lille, France, made up of songwriter / producer Pierre Laplace and singer Léonie Gabriel. After 3 original albums, the duo set out to record their own version of “The Ninth Wave”, the B-side to Kate Bush’s classic “Hounds of Love”...
  • Kev Scott: ‘Appeals for the Lonely’ – a sense of transcendence

    The album ‘Appeals for the Lonely’ sees Lancashire singer-songwriter Kev Scott, working with longtime collaborator Steve Pellatt (Blanket) and also features Lewis Dickinson (sax/flute) and Joanna Byrne (Phantom Voices), Kate Ferris and Emma Perry (backing vocals). This is Kev’s third self-produced album, and is the follow up to his...
  • Jerry Collins: “18” – conscious storytelling and sweetly alluring melodies

    Our moods are shaped by the music we listen to. Everyone should have an inspiring playlist they deploy specifically when they’re feeling glum, downtrodden, or even when they’re already in a great mood but need a little confirmation. Sometimes we need an emotional lift, other times we require spiritual...
  • Synnora: “Nordic Love Songs” – engaging melodies and infectious confections

    Twenty-seven year-old Synnora is a Norwegian singer/songwriter. She wrote, composed and produced her debut album “Nordic Love Songs” concentrated on down-to-earth themes about the ups and downs of being human. If you’re a regular listener who is tired of listening to auto-tuned and overproduced music, this artist will bring...