In 1996 O’Donnell moved to Coventry where he became aware of the Coventry Carol and whilst touring Brittany learnt the traditional Christmas carol ‘Noel Nouvelet’. He decided to blend the two and is now ready to release the Celtic fused music with hints of rock and jazz, creating a completely unique sound. After staging and […]Read More Introducing: Joe O’Donnell’s Shkayla
Coming up to his 70th birthday, excellent country guitarist Albert Lee is still going strong with this new album release with his latest collective, known as Hogan’s Heroes. Made up of veterans with similar background, the band have stitched together a really good album in ‘Frettening Behaviour’ (although we could live without that pun…). As […]Read More Albert Lee – Frettening Behaviour – released through Heroic Records – Out Now
“Redefining folk” – Dazed & Confused “The lovechild of Nico and Joanna Newsom” – NYLON “Brooding folk music suffused with delicate melodies” – The Telegraph Marika Hackman has recently announced the release of her brand new EP, ‘Deaf Heat’. This is following on from her extremely successful 2013 in which she release two brilliant EPs […]Read More Marika Hackman announces release of new EP, ‘Deaf Heat’.
Six Years is a London duo: Vanessa Anne Redd (guitar/vocals/organ) and Marc Makarov (bass/vocals/drum machine/synth). This is the side project of the critically acclaimed band Rubicks, and is a much more grown up affair which captures raw performance, intimacy and mood over production. Think dark folk stories and dream-pop alloyed to Leonard Cohen, Johnny Cash, […]Read More Six Years – ‘Till Then’
There aren’t many completely independent bands that can boast of selling out a 600-person capacity venue, but Fernando’s Kitchen can. Other successions include headlining the Tapas Fantasticas Rioja Festival in South Bank, London for four years running, performing on the main stage at Rhythms of The World in 2009 and also at the Royal Opera […]Read More Fernando’s Kitchen: ‘Se Acabo’