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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 […]

‘One Day’, the sixth studio album from Glaswegian acoustic performer Robin Adams, most certainly has a 70s aesthetic throughout. One Day’s artwork presents a doll’s house on its cover, a more than fitting image, since the body of work itself seems to pass through chambers of romantic love, dwell in rooms of quiet reflection and […]

The Glenfinnan Ceilidh Band are delighted to announce their third album release, Road to Glenfinnan, which brings jigs, reels, sing-a-long songs and joy direct to your home at a time when we can’t get out to enjoy ceilidhs. The band is made up of stalwarts from the traditional music scene, equally at home touring the […]

Genre-busting quartet Mec Lir exploded onto the Celtic music scene in 2014 with their debut release Not An EP, launched during their first appearance at one of the world’s largest Celtic music festivals, Festival Interceltique de Lorientin Brittany. Since then they went on to release two singles in 2016, have appeared at festivals all around […]

Rachel Walker is a singer, songwriter, arranger and educator based in the heart of Lochaber in Scotland’s beautiful West Highlands. At home with both Gaelic and English, she encountered the Gaelic tradition at a young age, after her family moved from Lincolnshire in England to the small village of Kinlochewe in Wester Ross. It was […]

Join Ross Macfadyen this Saturday 6th February at 12 noon as he talks to The Coaltown Daisies. It’s been 5 years since The Coaltown Dasies released their debut album, This Old House. I couldn’t believe that Listen was only their second full length outing. Here we have a not-so-difficult second CD. There is a theme […]


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