Multiinstrumentalist Mairearad Green’s latest album is inspired by the women and landscapes of Coigach, a peninsula in Wester Ross in...
Reviewed by Billy Rough in issue: November/2020
Yair Dalal | Project Suzy
This charming release features two of Israel’s most highly regarded musicians collaborating to showcase songs from the early years of...
Reviewed by Bill Badley in issue: November/2020
From K-drama on Netflix to K-beauty in Boots, South Korea has been on a remarkable rise to prominence in the...
Reviewed by Liam Izod in issue: November/2020
Lincolnshire-born singer and fiddle player Elle Osborne first hit the folk scene with her 2000 debut Testimony. This was followed...
Reviewed by Tim Cumming in issue: November/2020
Niqolah Seeva seeks to push established boundaries and challenge our preconceptions; his first album presents itself as the clarion call...
The Wilderness Yet
Taking their name from a line in Gerard Manley Hopkins’ nature poem ‘Inversnaid’, this Sheffield-based trio boast the vocals of...
Reviewed by Kevin Bourke in issue: November/2020
Gonzalo Rubalcaba | Aymée Nuviola
In August 2019 the award-winning Cuban artists Gonzalo Rubalcaba and Aymée Nuviola teamed up to play six sold-out nights at...
Reviewed by Jane Cornwell in issue: November/2020
Richard Linklater spent 12 years making the 2014 movie Boyhood, a remarkable and sprawling investigation of the human condition refracted...
Reviewed by Nigel Williamson in issue: November/2020
After five fine albums of Appalachian-tinged folk songs, Diana Jones felt too devastated by the horror of Trump’s election to...
The St Kilda archipelago, located 50 miles west of the Outer Hebrides and evacuated 90 years ago this year, exercises...
Reviewed by Rob Adams in issue: November/2020
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