Lucy Rose @ Gorilla, Manchester

A couple weeks ago, I had the awesome opportunity to see Lucy Rose live in Manchester’s Gorilla. Lucy Rose has been circling the folk scene (and music scene in general) for a while now, collaborating with the likes of Ghostpoet and ...

Seafret – Oceans

With two weeks left until Keele is graced with the presence of Seafret as part of The Coffee House Sessions, it seems only fitting to give a bit of spotlight to the Yorkshire duo who will hopefully be drawing a worthy ...

Four Artists… Folk & Acoustic

A few years ago, Mumford and Sons caught the country’s attention and brought folky music to the UK mainstream. For many, this was the introduction they needed to a whole new genre they were yet to explore and the increasing ...

James Bay @ Manchester Academy 3

I had the privilege of spending my Friday night reviewing an incredible sold out performance from James Bay at The Manchester Academy. The venue itself is situated inside the University of Manchester’s student union and so, as ...

Tom Butler – On The Line

Tom Butler is one of those artists that truly puzzles me as to why they aren’t more popular. Originally from Seattle and now living in London, Butler brings his American roots to his music with an Americana Folk style that stands ...

Taylor and Marie – Bad Moon Rising

We’ve spoken about the talented folk duo, Samuel Taylor and Jodie Marie, before but with an upcoming interview I thought it about time to revisit what this pair have to offer. Their latest single, Bad Moon Rising, is set ...

Lucy Rose – Cover Up

Lucy Rose is a British singer and songwriter, who I first heard in my final year of high school. She has written a few songs that I have really enjoyed, but mostly her biggest single being ‘Middle of the Bed’. ...

James Bay – Hold Back The River

After our artists spotlight on James Bay in September, the up coming folk artist has given us even more reason to watch him, with the lead title from his second EP Hold Back The River being named as Zane Lowe’s ...

Artist Spotlight | James Bay

With two EPs to his name, James Bay brings forth a delicate acoustic folk sound that is no less than a treat for the eardrums. With likenesses to Of Monsters and Men along with support slots to Kodaline and Tom ...