Ana Lua Caiano – An Experimental Journey through Electronic & Traditional Portuguese Music
Folk Radio Magazine
by Alex Gallacher
16h ago
Hailing from Lisbon, Ana Lua Caiano is the latest signing to Glitterbeat - her fusion of electronic and traditional Portuguese music is empowering, inspiring and confrontational. Source ..read more
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Recommended: SONS OF ZÖKU – ËNDL​​​Ë​​​SS
Folk Radio Magazine
by Alex Gallacher
21h ago
On ËNDLËSS, Adelaide-based 6-piece Sons of Zöku concoct an upbeat, heady blend of psychedelic rock that blends in sing-along chants and a limb-stretching mass of influences including Eastern music, folk, jazz and soul—made for carefree, long summer days. Source ..read more
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Richard Thompson announces Ship To Shore Album & Tour and shares Singapore Sadie
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by Alex Gallacher
2d ago
Richard Thompson announces his new studio album "Ship to Shore" and shares his lead single, a swaying shanty titled "Singapore Sadie" that fans may recognise. Plus, details of his US and UK Tour Dates and Limited Edition releases. Source ..read more
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Sheherazaad – Qasr (Album Review)
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by Alex Gallacher
2d ago
On Qasr, the defiance and courage of Sheherazaad translates into some of the most wondrous and exhilarating music I've ever heard. There isn't another album like it; it's transformational, and everyone should own a copy. Source ..read more
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Dana Gavanski shares new single and video, Ears Were Growing
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by Alex Gallacher
2d ago
Taken from her forthcoming album 'Late Slap', Dana Gavanski shares her Talking Heads-esque single/video 'Ears Were Growing' - an escapist dream that spirals back to the reality of being stuck on the same old sofa with the same old thoughts. Source ..read more
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New Hatis Noit animated video takes inspiration from ancient Jomon culture
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by Alex Gallacher
2d ago
Watch Hatis Noit's latest video for Jomon, an incredible 3-D animation by Berlin-based Taiwanese-Japanese media artist NAOWAO, that takes inspiration from Japan's ancient Jōmon culture. Source ..read more
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Video Premiere: Ned Roberts – Another Record Round
Folk Radio Magazine
by KLOF
3d ago
Ned Roberts announces his new album, Heavy Summer. Watch the accompanying video for his lead single, Another Record Round. That warm Laurel Canyon vibe is still there - dreamy and soulful, melancholy balanced by a hint of psychedelic sparkle; it's another beautifully crafted single. Source ..read more
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Maddie Morris – Skin (Album Review)
Folk Radio Magazine
by Mike Davies
3d ago
While quietly understated, the vital messages found in the songs of Maddie Morris on 'Skin' are no less potent. It's a remarkable full-length debut album that should consolidate her position as a rising star in the folk firmament. Source ..read more
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Milkweed premiere 11-minute video for their acclaimed new collection ‘Folklore 1979’
Folk Radio Magazine
by Alex Gallacher
3d ago
To mark the release of 'Folklore 1979', the acclaimed new album from Milkweed, watch the full-length 11-minute accompanying video created by Greg Butler of Oh Kestrel Films...it unspools like a single disjointed dream narrative, taking in ritual, extinction, migration, esoteric cosmogony and Arthurian legend. Source ..read more
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Ariel Kalma, Jeremiah Chiu & Marta Sofia Honer – The Closest Thing to Silence
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by Bob Fish
3d ago
On 'The Closest Thing to Silence', Ariel Kalma, Jeremiah Chiu and Marta Sofia Honer fearlessly connect, creating a remarkably coherent album that offers exciting new narratives. Source ..read more
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