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The Very best in Folk, Acoustic, Americana and Alternative Music. Two New Shows, Reviews, Premieres and News

Folk Radio UK

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We have a double helping of shows this week thanks to the launch of our new mix series called KLOF which features the more alternative and experimental spectrum of music we cover. Plus we have our regular Folk Show which features some new Featured Releases including Joan Baez, our Artist of the Month and new music from Lucia Comnes whose latest album 'Held in the Arms' is a Featured Album of the Month. 

Folk Show - Episode 18

Featuring: Townes Van Zandt, Dave Rawlings Machine, Joan Baez, John Oates, Lucia Comnes, Hedy West, Scott Matthews, Jarrod Dickenson, David Dondero and more.
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New Mix Series: KLOF 1

KLOF is a new mix series and our first offering features The One Ensemble, Martin Green, Twelve Hides, Robert Wyatt, Josephine Foster, Erlend Apneseth Trio, Arborea, Cath and Phil Tyler, Tim Eriksen and more.
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Want more music? Try our Mixcloud Page / Spotify Playlists

Artist of the Month: Joan Baez

Legendary singer, songwriter, activist and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Joan Baez releases her first new studio album in a decade. Whistle Down the Wind is a totally engaging listen from start to finish and one that invites repeated visits. Read more.

Featured Albums of the Month

Luicia Comnes - Held in the Arms
Lucia Comnes opens Held In The Arms with a hearty welcome, closes it with a warm embrace and all the way through delivers assured, beautifully crafted, American folk. Although there are songs here that have emerged from shadow, it’s still a journey into the light – and that light is a warm, welcoming glow. Read more.

Other Album Reviews

Brigid Mae Power – The Two Worlds
Musically, The Two Worlds is mesmeric…retaining the carefully atmospheric, dreamlike ambience of its predecessors...all detail is couched in a languid analogue sound that oozes authenticity.

H.C. McEntire - Lionheart
“Lionheart” stands tall on its own, but it’s also part of the movement of female country artists who are trying to reclaim traditional country music from the clutches of the establishment dominated “bro- country” sound. This album is a step in the right direction.

Grant-Lee Phillips - Widdershins
Widdershins is a potent work in response to a moment in time, when, whether it’s clockwise or anti, there seems to be, as Dylan put it, no direction home that is a road rather than a minefield.

3hattrio - Lord of the Desert
Lord of the Desert is 3hattrio’s most adventurous and eclectic work yet, “pure peyote delirium enveloped in a haze of banjo, guitar, bass, fiddle lines and bass drum dancing around like the indigenous desert animal spirits”…long may they reign.

Gem Andrews - North
On Gem Andrews latest album she uses dark country to tackle themes of mental illness, poverty, community and destitution. A strong album – this is a  magnetic North, indeed.

Premieres & Songs of the Day

The Twelfth Day New Video Premiere
Watch the new snowy themed video from Twelfth Day for Another Phase in History. It was written for their friend Maya Youssef – the wonderful Syrian Kanun player. They are on tour this month.

Ginger Wildheart Album Stream
On 2 March 2018 Ginger Wildheart is to release his new album, the aptly titled ‘Ghost In The Tanglewood’. A seamless mix of country, folk, roots and rock, the record showcases Ginger’s song-writing maturity as he wears his heart and influences on his sleeve.

Fran Wyburn Video Premiere
Wood for the Trees, the title track on Fran Wyburn’s forthcoming debut album, is released today. Fran collaborated with artist and filmmaker Ray Kane to create the music video as a quirky, moving visual accompaniment, watch it here.

Trembling Bells New Video
Taken from their forthcoming new album Dungeness (due out 30th March on Tin Angel Records), Trembling Bells have revealed the accompanying music video for I’m Coming, a song that Alex Neilson declares his most accessible to date.

Entourage Album Stream
On March 23rd, Tompkins Square is to release ‘Ceremony of Dreams: Studio Sessions & Outtakes, 1972-1977’. It features 30 previously unreleased tracks from the mid-seventies experimentalists Entourage. Listen in full to the album here.

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