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EP: The delicately beautiful ‘Creatures of Habit’ from Brisbane artist Aren’t is an exquisite triumph. Plus news of launch date.

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Exclusive: Lucy Kruger records ‘A Stranger’s Chest’ live in session for Backseat Mafia

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Album Review : Adam Moezinia’s ‘ Folk Element Trio’ – A Sonic Travelogue

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Philadelphia artist Lizzy McAlpine made her European debut in Dublin’s Button Factory on Monday the 14th of November with support on the night coming from long time collaborator Ben Kessler. Ben Kessler’s support slot was the perfect start to the evening as his style complements Lizzy’s style beautifully. Equipped with only his guitars and a …

Seattle-based singer/songwriter/classically-trained cellist and illustrator Jeremiah Moon is debuting a new Brent Driscoll-directed music video for ‘Housesitting’ a track off his debut EP ‘Sputnik,’ out now via Enci Records. Read our review here. In regards to the track, Jeremiah says,  “Housesitting is a song about the moment when a relationship starts to end. Not about love ending, but about things growing apart; …

Award winning whiskey smooth songwriter Mel Parsons has earnt an impressive following since releasing her first album “Over my Shoulder” in 2009. No stranger to touring worldwide over the past 13+ years, this home crowd show at the majestic Isaac Theatre Royal delivered a solid, rousing and well-paced performance with a touch of intimacy, humour …

Laura Jean

Laura Jean announces release date for her new album, ‘Amateurs’ as well as supporting tour.

‘Stranger’ is a slow burning fuse of a song that floats in the ether with a gorgeous slide guitar motif and layers of glorious harmonies. Summer Flake have that laid back low-fi burnish that brings to mind bands like Mazzy Star or Cowboy Junkies – soft velvet vocals and shimmering guitars that create an evocative …

Homerecords is a Belgian label with an emphasis towards acoustic music, and they describe this recent release as “adventurous yet gentle indie pop folk, halfway between electric and acoustic”. Ottus hail from the city of Liège, which certainly accounts for the adventurous side, it being an underground melting pot of a place, constantly spewing forth …

Following a break during the Summer after a triumphant last live show in late May, Bishopskin have returned with a bang, delivering a new single that both refines and redefines their sound. The alternative folk outfit (as much as this description may fit a band that is refreshingly defiant of any sort of genre categorisation …

Glasgow based singer-songwriter Neev showcases her delicate touch and effortless ability to create beautiful, warming folk soundscapes on her new single ‘Seawall’. Built around a rich, pillowy, organic sound pallet of gently strummed acoustic guitars, swelling strings and subtle splashes of electric guitar, ‘Seawall’ possesses a gorgeous, burnt umber aura; a soundtrack to compliment warming your hands …

Dual Juno Award-winning Canadian hillbilly bluegrass band, The Dead South, have added a number of extra shows to their Australian tour, including one in collaboration with Southern Extremities Productions at The Odeon Theatre in Hobart on Saturday, 21st January 2023. The band, widely known for the sensation that became of the video for ‘In Hell …