This month we have Harp and a Monkey with War Stories. The stories contained in this might well refer to a well-known period of history, but the angles at which they come at that familiar narrative, the microcosms they create, are truly individual and at times unprecedented. War Stories is a courageous, often demanding and ultimately satisfying project. Read More.
For June we had Sultans of String with Subcontinental Drift, an enthralling, adventurous celebration of the power music has to transcend geographical and cultural boundaries, and Sultans of String wield that power with grace, eloquence and spirit. Read More
Featured Albums of the Month
The Breath - Carry Your Kin
From the quiet, understated splendour of Carry Your Kin, to the sonic majesty of For You; The Breath have achieved a harmonious alliance between contrasting elements that rolls across the senses like clouds caress low hills – always moving, changing, evolving; and utterly fascinating.
Light Up has the multi-faceted appeal of songs that have grown from the Irish folk tradition and reference the life and history of Belfast itself, in an approach that’s refreshing while still retaining an appealing familiarity.
You just know, that when you listen to Robert Doyle play and sing, you’re hearing exactly what you would in a live setting. There’s no need for adornments – the guitar, vocal, melodies, words all speak for themselves. Robert has an approach to music that’s all his own, and this is what shines through on ‘Lig Amach’.
Eyeland is like nothing else you are likely to hear, unless you have direct access to the future, but beneath the impressive and immersive layers of meaning and narrative, beneath the squall, the surprise and the silence, exists a spirited set of songs that are clearly the work of one of the best and most confident bands in America.
An eclectic and somewhat indulgent mix this week covering roots, blues and beyond. It kicks off from the Appalachians then heads out on a journey via the Mississippi State Penitentiary known as Parchman Farm before increasing in notches along the way courtesy of R.L. Burnside, Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band (main image), Songhhoy Blues and Robert Plant. The return journey is provided by Sam Amidon, Shakey Graves, Sallie Ford and Robert Wyatt before the essential madness of The Books pitches in for the finale from Transglobal Underground.
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