Andy Cabic was a pioneer of the particular brand of quirky acoustic music – or “freak-folk” – that blazed a trail in the early noughties, but the m(...)

Andrew Moore and Peter and David Brewis: for Drifters the trio fell into the same improvisational methods they practised when they first began playing together more than 15 years ago

When David and Peter Brewis were commissioned to compose a new score for a 1929 silent documentary about a crew of herring fisherman venturing into(...)

Looking for an album to blast away the cobwebs? You’ve come to the right place. Hailing from Olympia, Washington – the birthplace of the r(...)

If any band can take on the challenge of scoring a 1929 silent documentary about a North Sea fishing expedition from the Shetland Islands, it’s Fie(...)

Considering Lionel Williams’s lineage – his grandfather is renowned film composer John Williams, his father is drummer Mark Towner Williams – it’s (...)

The second album by Ms Mr poses a presumably rhetorical question; in other words, Lizzy Plapinger and Max Hershenow aren’t particularly interested (...)

There will always be a market for guitar bands on the UK’s music scene. Audiences of a certain disposition love hearing musicians’ take on modern B(...)

Metal has never been all that enthusiastically embraced by Irish audiences, but the debut album from this Limerick four-piece might win some over. (...)

The forgotten hero of the same Wisconsin music scene that spawned the likes of Bon Iver and Megafaun, it took Josh Scott – aka Aero Flynn – ye(...)

The opening track of Lucy Rose Parton’s second album is deceptive; if you’d never heard of the young British musician, you might peg her as ju(...)