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Folk Radio UK Newsletter - Bonus Mix Edition

Folk Radio UK - Bonus Mix Edition Newsletter. Featured Album Reviews plus Jon Boden, Shirley Collins, Kaia Kater, Ruth Theodore, Heidi Talbot and lots more.
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Tuesday 20 September 2016


Folk Radio UK Newsletter

Dear  Blue 

In this week's newsletter, we have a double helping of mixes with our monthly Covermount Mix showcasing our latest Featured Albums of the Month and a new mix from our 'Lost in Transmission' series which is currently No. 1 on Mixcloud after just four days.

We catch up with our current Artist of the Month Jon Boden (that's him above with violins strapped to his arms) and also chat with Jesca Hoop, Sam Lee, Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage.

We have premieres from Adrian O'Rourke & Kit DownesFay Hield, Hedi TalbotNessi Gomes and more.
The Shee perform at Kings Place on 14 October 2016. Details here.

Covermount Mix & Featured Albums

Below you can find our latest covermount mix which showcases tracks from our latest Featured Artists and Albums of the Month. Reviews are all linked in the tracklist below. Click here to download.


time (mm:ss) -  Artist - Track

00:00 Jon Boden - Get A Little Something (from Painted Lady)
Jon is our Artist of the Month for September. The 10th Anniversary Edition of Painted Lady is released on 30th September by Navigator Records, read our album review and watch the animated video for his latest single ‘All Hang Down’ here.
Review | InterviewBuy

04:33 The Shee - Jute Mill Song / Song for Mary (from Continuum)
A unique and enthralling project that celebrates the power of collaboration, a shared love of traditional music and The Shee’s ten years as a major force in folk music. The premiere of Continuum at Celtic Connections was an unforgettable event, the album that’s grown from it is simply outstanding.
Review | Buy

10:02 Buck Curran - New Moontide (Immortal Light)
A double-helping from Buck Curran in this playlist. Buck has been a leading light in the psych-folk scene for so long now that it might come as a surprise to learn that this is his first solo album. With Immortal Light he has successfully tapped into nature’s beauty and created a slice of alt-folk that is as engrossing as anything you’re likely to hear.
Review | Buy

15:22 Nick Jonah-Davis - Double Peace (from House of Dragons)
Nick Jonah Davis’s ‘House of Dragon’ scores deservedly high with Folk Radio UK. “I doubt if I will come across a better album this year if I ever do it will be a considerable piece of work.”
Review Buy

21:07 Kaia Kater - Nine Pin (from Nine Pin)
Nine Pin is a stunning album of understated clarity and insight, effortlessly bridging the past and the present to create a blueprint for the future. Included in our review is the video premiere for Harlem’s Little Blackbird.
Review | Buy

26:10 Hannah Sanders & Ben Savage - The Fall (Hang) (from Before the Sun)
A confident and impressive sophomore album that not only fully justifies past predictions regarding Hannah Sanders trajectory in the current folk field but also marks the arrival of a significant new duo force with Ben Savage.
Review | Interview | Buy

30:04 Buck Curran - River Unto Sea (Immortal Light)
See details above on previous track.
Review | Buy

37:02 Apple of my Eye - Cloth, Needle and Thread  (from The Beast Below)
Any chain is only as strong as its weakest link. Apple Of My Eye are happily lacking in any such weak links, and as a result, they have produced one of the most exciting folk albums of the year so far.
Review | Buy

42:48 Allan Yn y Fan - Ym Mhontypridd Mae'n Nghariad (from NEWiD)
Combining a mix of original compositions and their arrangements of traditional music and song, NEWiD is as fine a showcase as you’ll find of their unique vision of “Celtic music for the 21st century” and is sure to become a firm favourite of long-term fans and newcomers alike.
Review (and Video Premiere) | Buy

46:07 Ross & Ali - Fourth (from Symbiosis)
Symbiosis sees Ross Ainslie and Ali Hutton bring their musical intuition and unity to the studio in a collection of tune sets that expertly brings their combined skills as composers, multi-instrumentalists, and arrangers to an eager audience.
Review | Buy
Click Here to Download the Mix


We had another great round of interviews since our last newsletter including Jesca Hoop. She spoke at length about her collaboration with Sam Beam of Iron & Wine. Read it here.

Rob caught up with Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage to talk about folk music, lunar cycles and cosmic patterns. Their latest album Before the Sun, is one of our Albums of the Month. Read it here.

We also spoke to Sam Lee about song-collecting and his forthcoming appearance at Wren Music’s Baring-Gould Folk Weekend and Song School in Devon – an event which, it seems, is tailor-made for him. Read it here.

And not forgetting our Artist of Month Jon Boden who we caught up with at Sidmouth Folk Festival to chat about his solo tour and the re-issue of his debut solo album Painted Lady - we also had the bonus of sharing his new video for ‘Get A Little Something’. Check it here.

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