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Folk Radio UK Newsletter - May Covermount Edition

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Welcome to our latest Covermount Edition which features another great mix featuring music from our Artist of the Month (Adam Holmes & The Embers) and Featured Albums of the Month. Plus our latest reviews, interviews and more.

Audio Changes
We have made some big changes to our audio service. Our live-streaming service has now stopped,  whilst I realise this may come as surprise to some we were really left with little option. As a result we are now featuring regular audio offerings via Mixcloud (where we have over 100 mixes and shows to listen to) as well as Spotify and Deezer where we are offering new playlists which provide over 50 hours of music. You can read more about these changes on our 'Listen' page here


Here is our Covermount Mix which features tracks from our latest Featured Albums of the Month and our current Artist of the Month, Adam Holmes & The Embers. It's free to download; to read the associated album reviews just click on the track title below.


time (mm:ss) -  Artist - Track
00:00 Adam Holmes & The Embers - People Come/People Go
03:08 Fraser Anderson - Simple Guidance
06:21 Jenny Sturgeon - Honest Man
10:22 Mary Chapin Carpenter - Something Tamed Something Wild
14:01 Oysterband - And As For You
17:04 The Jayhawks - Quiet Corners & Empty Spaces
20:03 Track Dogs - Whatever Happens
Click here to Download our Covermount

New Mixes

We have three new mixes available on Mixcloud for May, all three are from our Lost in Transmission series which exposes new music as well as delving into the past. The latest features Bob Dylan, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Mick Softly as well as new music from Dylan LeBlancStick in the WheelShelBurning HellSeabuckthorn and many more. Listen here


It's been another busy month for interviews. Neil chatted to Adam Holmes caught up with South-West duo Ninebarrow at The Riverhouse Barn in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey. The duo have just taken the decision to turn professional so we wish them all the luck. Read it here

Dave speaks to Joe Broughton about The Conservatoire Folk Ensemble
Rob chats with Edd Donovan about his new album Making Mountains (vol 1) and catches up with accordion & harmonica duo  Will Pound & Eddy Jay.

We also have a great feature interview with Robin Morton of Scottish traditional record label Temple Records - covering his introduction to folk music during the 1960s.
Folk Radio UK Premieres


We featured no less than nineteen premieres this month which included an incredible unplugged session from Darrell Scott (pictured above). For the last year Darrell has been devoting himself to a self-sufficient lifestyle in the country while simultaneously putting together his best album in years. Listen to the exclusive Folk Radio UK Session here

To listen to others including Robert Rotifer, Free the Honey, Coty Hogue, Megson and StevieRay Latham click here

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