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Folk Show No. 30

An extra long special edition.

Featuring over an hour and twenty minutes of great music including: Ye Vagabonds, Lankum, Jackie Oates, Cormac Begley, The Spook of the Thirteenth Lock, Blackbird Raum, Cordelia’s Dad, Stick In The Wheel, Cinder Well, House And Land, Lisa O’Neill, Landless, Toby Hay, Steve Tilston & Maggie Boyle, Eamon O’Leary, Lucy Ward, Rachael McShane and more. Cover features a street mural from Limerick.

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News

A new festival in Cork City and Lost Map Records Anniversary

Quiet Lights: 7-9 September
Islander presents ‘Quiet Lights’, an exciting new small-scale festival with a big heart in Cork City featuring Katie Kim & Radie Peat, Lisa O’neill, Ye Vagabonds, Caoimhin O’raghallaigh, Slow Moving Clouds, Landless and more. Read more.

 
Remote Scottish Record Label Celebrates 5th Year.
To celebrate their 5th Anniversary, Lost Map Records have announced a major new project called VISIT▲TIONS – a series of very special limited-edition releases, written and recorded in residency in a cabin on the label’s home on Eigg. Read more.
 

Interviews

Dead Rat Orchestra & Sutari, Grimm Grimm 

Dead Rat Orchestra & Sutari
We catch up with Dead Rat Orchestra and Poland’s Sutari, two of the world’s most prominent avant-folk ensembles, who are on a headline tour of the UK now. Read it here.
Grimm Grimm
We catch up with Koichi Yamanoha, aka Grimm Grimm to talk about his new album Cliffhanger. An album that despite its gentle whimsy is a deeply endearing and emotional space to float in, an enduring space to pass the world by in. Read the interview here.

New Releases & Album Reviews

Recommended releases - Folk, World, Americana & Alternative 

Delyth & Angharad – Llinyn Arian
Effortlessly enjoyable, the silver thread of “Llinyn Arian” is one which binds us to its mother-daughter creators. Strewn throughout this album are themes of journeys and resolutions born from joy, love, collaboration, and community.
An Introduction To Dick Gaughan
In 2010, Dick received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the BBC’s annual folk awards and whilst we may never see or hear Dick Gaughan perform live again, due to his ill health, this compilation CD is ample evidence, if evidence were needed, of what a terrific artist he is.
Gwenifer Raymond  – You Never Were Much of a Dancer
You Never Were Much of a Dancer is an absorbing, original and varied debut that demonstrates the skill and consideration this talented musician possesses.
Two New Live albums from Zia Mohiuddin Dagar
Ideologic Organ have released two new live albums featuring private recordings from 1986 of the late North Indian classical musician and dhrupad master Zia Mohiuddin Dagar.
Ursula K. Le Guin & Todd Barton - Music and Poetry of the Kesh
The soundtrack to Ursula K. Le Guin’s Always Coming Home, originally released in 1985 and then re-issued in March this year get's a second pressing from the Freedom to Spend label. The news was accompanied by a new video.
Cowboy Junkies – All That Reckoning
30 years out from their groundbreaking 1988 album, “The Trinity Sessions,” the Cowboy Junkies continue to evolve, with clever arrangements and new stories to tell. All That Reckoning is their most overtly political album to date, cementing their status as a great band.
Tim Linghaus - Memory Sketches
Tim Linghaus’ Memory Sketches takes the listener on a very personal journey during which he takes precious personal memories from his own past and preserves them in music. An album filled with both melancholy and immense beauty.
Sophie Cooper & Ben Nash - Alchemy
An exceptional album from Sophie Cooper & Ben Nash (recorded back in 2009 and released on Sheffield’s Blackest Rainbow Records) made available digitally for the first time.
Elkhorn - Double Duo (Live at Rhizome)
Shortly after the release of their latest album Lionfish, Elkhorn performed as a quartet at RhizomeDC in the Takoma neighbourhood of Washington DC where they were joined by Ian McColm and Nate Scheible on drums. Luckily, it was recorded…
Gregory Alan Isakov - Evening Machines
Gregory Alan Isakov’s highly anticipated new album, Evening Machines, will be released October 5. In advance of the release listen to the album’s first single, “Chemicals”.
The Ivytree – Unburdened Light
The Ivy Tree is the project of San Franciscan musician Glenn Donaldson, founder of Jewelled Antler Collective – The Unburdened Light features unreleased recordings from 2001 – 2004 – “tragically honeyed songs”.
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