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Tuesday 20 September 2016

 

Folk Radio UK Newsletter

Dear  Blue 

It's been a busy month for new releases, and we have a top-notch  Covermount Mix to showcase our latest Featured Albums of the Month from the likes of Jim Moray, Heidi Talbot, Ewan McLennan, Kate Rusby, The Gentle Good, Fara and more.

We catch up with our current Artist of the Month Jim Moray (that's him above firing his bow) and also chat with Andy Bell about his new record label Hudson Records. We also talk to Daoirí Farrell whose new album is out soon, Buck Curran (Arborea), who releases his first solo album, as well as Tobias ben Jacob who has also just recorded his first solo album.

We also have premieres from The Lords of Thyme from their debut album Pellets, a track from Jo Mango's new project as well as a unique feature and video premiere from The Rheingans Sisters.
Urban Folk Quartet launch their new album UFQ III at Kings Place on 21 October 2016. Details here.

Covermount Mix & Featured Albums


Our 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.

Tracklisting

time (mm:ss) -  Artist - Track

00:00 The Gentle Good - The Fisherman (from Ruins/Adfeilion )
Steeped in the folk traditions of Wales yet fully attuned to the present day, Ruins/Adfeilion is an absorbing, thoughtful and ultimately forward-looking collection of songs which perfectly showcase Gareth’s flawless musicianship and creative vision.
Review | Buy

04:54 Heidi Talbot - The Year That I Was Born (from Here We Go, 1, 2 ,3 …)
After a three-year hiatus, Heidi Talbot steps back into the light with her fifth solo album. It’s an album that sees her re-kindle familiar musical friendships, forge new productive collaborations and develop her own serene and assured songwriting.
Review | Buy

09:31 Ewan McLennan & George Monbiot - The Child Inside (from Breaking the Spell of Loneliness)
The eloquence of both George Monbiot and Ewan McLennan in raising these issues says far more than any music critic can. Breaking the Spell of Loneliness doesn’t merely tackle the issues raised, it offers solutions, it offers hope. It’s a moving, thought-provoking work that has relevance for all of us.
Review | Buy

13:38 Jim Moray - Another Man's Wedding (from Upcetera)
Moray is a performer of consummate talent, a musician who plays a whole range of instruments on this album, and a singer of rare emotional depth. That he manages to do all this while forging a bright new path for folk music is admirable. That he has done so over six albums and still seems to be hitting his peak while never doing the same thing twice is remarkable.
Review | InterviewBuy

19:40 Ben Glover - A Song of Home (from The Emigrant)
Featuring co-writes with the likes of Gretchen s and Mary Gauthier, The Emigrant is a magnificent album and a substantial addition to the Irish emigrant canon that fully confirms Glover as one of the finest in the Americana genre.
Review | Buy

23:35 Ruth Theodore - Man of the Land (from Catacus)
The term ‘Singer-songwriter’ barely scratches the surface of Ruth Theodore’s music, quirky would be an understatement – beyond the considerable instant appeal that Cactacus wields, there’s a wealth of poetry, satire and pure, natural artistry. Cactacus is a wonderful, captivating album.
Review | Buy

29:33 Kate Rusby - Only Desire What You Have (from Life in a Paper Boat)
Kate Rusby demonstrates on her 14th studio album that her artistry is constantly evolving. Avoiding the snares of the predictable while springing a few surprises, the expansive musical backdrops on the disc are full of interesting detail, both refreshing and stimulating: not an easy trick to pull off. One that will appeal to existing and new fans alike.
Review | Buy

33:36 Teyr - Nothing Grows (from Far from the Tree)
Take the time to learn about the beautiful sycamore seed sculpture, created for the album cover by Cornish artist Billy Wynter, and you’ll find the embodiment of what Teyr represent. Teyr make folk music rooted firmly in the future, that future may indeed be Far From The Tree, but then, nothing grows where nothing’s been.
Review | Buy

36:56 Fara - The Dragon (from Cross the Line)
A mix of high-energy fiddle-driven along by expressive and imaginative piano; compelling songs with perfectly executed, intricate vocals and a level of musicianship that is an affirmation of the collective skill these four highly accomplished musicians.
Review | Buy
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Interviews

Jim Moray (Artist of the Month)
Read our in-depth interview with Jim Moray as he talks about his past challenges and new album ‘Upcetera’… “Throughout our conversation, he repeatedly makes it clear that in his own mind, his previous career as a solo artist is now closed. ‘Upcetera’ is something different; a fresh start…a ‘New Chapter.’”
Read the interview here.

Andy Bell on his new label: Hudson Records.
We talk to producer and engineer Andy Bell about his new label Hudson Records which has some great releases lined up from the likes of The Furrow Collective, Neil McSweeney, and Richard Warren. This is a label you music lovers should all get behind. Great vision and a potentially great future!
Read the interview here.

Daoirí Farrell
With his new album, True Born Irishman, out this month, Johnny catches up with Daoirí Farrell to talk about his new album, songs, playing, influences – Liam Weldon, Christy Moore, Frank Harte, Len Graham – and the vibrant Dublin music scene.
Interview | Album Review

Buck Curran (Arborea)
We have a warm and in-depth chat with Buck Curran (Arborea) who has just released his solo album ‘Immortal Light’ and started his own label ‘Obsolete Records’. We talk about his influences and have a very interesting chat about the music of Martin Simpson, Robbie Basho and more.
Read the interview here.

Tobias ben Jacob (pictured above)
Rob catches up with Tobias ben Jacob shortly after the recording his first solo album, one that sees a shift in his recorded work to date with a bigger band sound and a host of special guests including Phillip Henry & Hannah Martin.
Read the interview here.
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