Album of The Week

Take four indecently talented young musicians. Combine myriad skills sharpened at Glasgow’s Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Stand back and be beguiled. The impact of Scottish quartet Gnoss has been instant and well-deserved. Created in Scotland’s northern isles by Orcadians Aidan Moodie (vocals, acoustic guitar) and Graham Rorie (fiddle, mandolin, electric tenor guitar) in 2015, the […]

Hot off the press! New album released on 8th March 2021. This is an album called Blue Leaves which consists of songs written in collaboration with writer Rakesh Bhanot during the latter part of 2020. Pauline is a singer/songwriter and clarsach player from Ayrshire. Shw love to explore different styles and genres and write songs […]

Madderam are a young folk band based in Central Scotland. Comprising of a mix of guitar, fiddles, whistle, clarsach and vocals, the band has built a totally unique sound while remaining true to their roots and influences. All Five Members bring a unique voice and style to the band’s diverse and varied sound with a constantly […]

Ninebarrow are a multi-award-winning folk duo, who are impressing audiences across the country with their innovative and captivating take on the folk tradition. Described by Mark Radcliffe as sounding ‘like two halves of one voice’ and by Mercury Music Prize nominee Kate Rusby as ‘absolutely amazing’, Jon Whitley and Jay LaBouchardiere combine breath taking vocal […]

Liam Stewart, from Galston, is a popular and highly regarded musician, and is a driving force in modern Scottish Dance Band scene generally. Liam is joined on his brand new album – As Promised – with Leonard Brown (2nd Box), Craig Paton (Keys) and Gordon Smith (Drums). “This project has been many years in the […]

Dowally is an Edinburgh-based duo which has been making music together since 2015. Their sound is contemporary original folk; rooted in the Scottish and Irish traditions but influenced by jazz, Klezmer, American old time and everything in-between. Rachel Walker plays the fiddle, low whistle and sings. Daniel Abrahams plays the guitar, piano, double bass and […]

Hailing from Findochty in the North East coast of Scotland, Ron Jappy is an extremely accomplished and respected musician. Starting off his musical journey as a fiddle player, Ron is now highly sought after as an arranger, fiddler, guitarist, and pianist. “One of the true joys of being an accompanist is sharing musical experiences with […]

Still Time is the much anticipated new album from revered Scottish folk songstress Karen Matheson. It is a collection of contemporary and traditional sounding songs featuring an intoxicating palette of sonic textures wrapped around that instantly recognisable voice. Featuring piano and production by Donald Shaw, the album was a creative discovery from this summer’s unexpected […]

Steve O’Connor was born and raised in Liverpool, England, a cultural, charismatic city with a rich and famed musical heritage. Steve has travelled extensively in his life, which has helped him to learn to understand and appreciate the diverse cultures and traditions of the world. It wasn’t until he moved to the highlands of Scotland, […]

​Trail West are a band leading the thriving scene of Gaels in the city of Glasgow. Having started out as a four-piece line-up with strong links to the Hebridean Isles of Tiree and South Uist, Trail West now perform as a six-piece outfit with the addition of Jonathan Gillespie from Glasgow on keyboard and vocals along with Allan J […]


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