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December 28, 2017

Eliza Carthy and her new “Wayward Band” lineup have been tipped as a "must see" and ever since the launch of her latest album, Big Machine, earlier this year she has been touring and playing quite extensively. Tonight in Nottingham's Rescue Rooms she graced us with her A-Class performance.

Support act, Duotone [6], came on with no introduction and simply started looping cello patterns; his entrance was so subdued that most of the audience did...

December 28, 2017

It has come to that time of the year where we pause and reflect upon the changes that have happened in the music industry over the past year. It has been another tumultuous year internationally, with several scandals hitting former stars and yet more shocking deaths of some of the greats. The sudden losses of Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington hit the mainstream music industry hard; with tributes pouring in from around the world. More recently,...

March 22, 2017

This album is a compilation of tracks sung by various big-time folk musicians including Jon Boden, Eliza Carthy, Lisa Knapp, Fay Hield, Sam Sweeney, John Kirkpatrick, and more. The album itself - the printed copy -  has an inside sleeve that folds out like a poster, with quotations from each of the musicians about where they found the song and why they chose it. This adds a lot of depth to the album and really helps to flesh out the songs and the...

March 10, 2017

Since the Bellowhead Farewell Tour last year, on which Mawkin provided the support slot, the boisterous folk-rock 5-piece have further shot to acclaim, and are quickly becoming one of the top bands on the folk circuit. I had the chance to join them for their opening show of 2017 at Colchester Arts Centre where, due to James Delarre's (violin) absence, they were joined on short notice by a very special guest: Eliza Carthy.

A short support slot was...

March 8, 2017

At long last, here it is: quite possibly the most eagerly anticipated folk debut in recent memory. Eliza Carthy’s all-star line-up, which includes members of Bellowhead, Mawkin, The Furrow Collective, Faustus, and Edward II, among others, have finally released their album, after what I understand to be a hefty struggle to get the project off the ground. It has debuted at Number 25 in the national charts, and quite frankly, although I’m not as fam...

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