All posts tagged folk

“It’s About Time You Entered The Bear’s Den” Says Guest-Author Joshua Fraser

It’s the 6th of December 2019. It has been a hard day, but all that weariness, stress and disorder is swept away; Bear’s Den have released their new extended play […]

The Japanese House That Felt Like Home – Gig Review by Gem Stokes

The Japanese House (Amber Bain) emerged under the hand (and continued production) of The 1975, and has bloomed into a fully-fledged indie superstar, filling the space with an ethereal stage […]

Exclusive Interview: Amy Lawton @ Coffee House Sessions.

Amy Lawton, a fellow member of QMUL, joins us as part of the Coffee House Sessions Tour. Amy spoke with us at CUB before her performance at the Griff Inn […]

Coffee House Sessions Interview #4 – April Keen

Bringing emotional indie-folk to Drapers Bar & Kitchen, April Keen plays our fourth Coffee House Session of the year. With her debut single ‘Against The Tide’ highly supported by BBC […]

Why Sofar Sounds are taking cities around the world by storm

100 people are packed into a living room in Shoreditch. The crowd are too quiet and well-mannered for this to be a house party, or even an ordinary gig. This […]

In Conversation with: Molotov Jukebox

Hattie Long was lucky enough to catch up with Natalia Tena, the frontwoman of Molotov Jukebox. Also known for her acting roles in Harry Potter and Game of Thrones, she […]

5 Folk Bands That Are Definitely Worth a Listen

From the 8th to the 15th of August, the seaside town of Broadstairs in Kent is overrun with the sound of banjos, harmonicas and foot stomping. The Broadstairs Folk Festival […]