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Folk Radio UK Newsletter Our Weekly Folk Show Karine Polwart, ALAW, Cara Dillon, Ye Vagabonds, The Deep Dark Woods, Trembling Bells and more.

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This week's Folk Show is a beauty -  featuring a double helping from our new Artist of the Month Karine Polwart which sets the tone for the show which includes a gorgeous heap of new music releases. ALAW's new album Dead Man's Dance is our latest Album of the Month (a track from which is also in the show); Trembling Bells announce new album; we have album reviews in for Ye Vagabonds, The Left Outsides, Cara Dillon & The Deep Dark Woods. Plus new music from Faeland, a Bristol-based folk duo we were only recently introduced to. It's all good!

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This week's Folk Show features music from Karine Polwart (our new Artist of the Month), a small Welsh contingent including ALAW, Bob Delyn A'r Ebillion and The Gentle Good. New tunes from The Wailin' Jennys, Luke Daniels, Blue Rose CodeAdam Holmes And The Embers, Jim PageRalph McTell and Wizz Jones and more. Plus some favourites including Jo Mango, James Yorkston, John Martyn and The Owl Service.
 
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Artist of the Month: Karine Polwart


Yes, we are already in November and the year is flying by but we've had some great folk music released over 2017. A name to add to those ranks is Karine Polwart who is our Artist of the Month for November. Her new album with Pippa Murphy - A Pocket of Wind Resistance - is released on 17th November via Hudson Records.

In his review of the album, Neil McFadyen described the album as 'theatre for the ears'. The album comes on the tail of her stage production Wind Resistance which was a resounding success, winning Karine and Sound Designer Pippa Murphy a wealth of critical acclaim, the Best Music and Sound Award at the 2017 Critic’s Awards for Theatre in Scotland, and nominations for Best New Play, Best Direction, Best Producer and Best Actor in the Sunday Herald Culture Awards.

This beautiful, potent, and engaging album gives Karine Polwart’s enthralling theatrical début a satisfying permanence. Read our review here.

Featured Albums of the Month


ALAW - Dead Man's Dance
With Dead Man’s Dance (Dawns y Gŵr Marw) ALAW (image above) have not only created an impressive follow up to their 2013 debut, they’ve surpassed the brilliance of Melody with an even more invigorating, wider-ranging exploration of Welsh poetic and musical traditions. It is an inspired and unique album. Read our review.

Our other current Featured Albums of the Month are:  

Latest Album Reviews


Ye Vagabonds: Ye Vagabonds
Ye Vagabonds (image above) possess a strong and distinctive musical identity that celebrates its own individuality and certainly stands out from the crowd. There’s food for thought aplenty here in this stimulating debut album. We look forward to seeing where they lead us next. Read the review.

Saz’iso: At Least Wave Your Handkerchief At Me
On the evidence of the music presented here by Saz’iso, Saze as a musical form undoubtedly warrants a wider exposure and should stand alongside son, marimba, fado etc. as being part of every discerning music-lover’s collection.  This release is a dish to be savoured.  Read the review.

The Deep Dark Woods: Yarrow
The Deep Dark Woods have created a kind of dark folk-rock that seems to have materialised organically. There’s a lot to admire on Yarrow, both from the band’s playing and from Ryan Boldt’s song writing. The woods are lovely dark and deep. Read the review.

Cara Dillon: Wanderer
Wanderer is Cara Dillon’s most satisfying album since her astonishing self-titled debut in 2001. “…something deeper is going on with Wanderer and you get the feeling this is an album that had to be recorded, rather than one that they planned.” Read the review.

The Left Outsides: There is a Place

There is a Place is the latest offering from husband-and-wife duo The Left Outsides, a truly sumptuous listening experience, totally engrossing from the first note, and each separate track refuses to let your ears go. Virtually every track sounds different, yet together they form a sequence of enviable, unexpected and yet almost disembodied unity. Read the review.

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Premieres & New Music

  • Hudson Records have revealed a great live session featuring Jon Boden & The Remnant Kings performing Bee Sting, which was filmed and recorded live at Abbeydale Picturehouse in Sheffield earlier this year. Watch it here.

Latest News

  • Trembling Bells share a trailer for new album Dungeness and Alex Neilson tells FRUK the story behind the name. More here.
  • Listen to Megson's Tour playlist via Spotify.
  • Naomi Bedford and Paul Simmonds received such a warm, exuberant reception in Glasgow. Over the course of two sets they performed such a startling variety of music, and they performed it with elegance, warmth and, above all, passion. Read our live review here.
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