Folk, opening onto the Wyrde.
Forward-thinking, noise-ridden curation.
The World, It Keeps On Turning: Kira McSpice and the Four Phases of a Migraine
A reflection on hope, pain, and the inevitable cycles of life.
Womanhood, Queerness, and Horny Songbirds: In Conversation with Run Remedy’s Robin Koob
Run Remedy on womanhood, growing up queer in a traditional Christian household, and the absurdity of British people singing in American accents.
Live Review: Wardruna at Royal Festival Hall, London (March 2022)
Romanticising the past, or creating something timeless?
Album Premiere: Rafael de Toledo Pedroso – Coração de Pássaro
An intensely personal concept album fraught with both grief and love.
Review / Emma Ruth Rundle – Orpheus Looking Back
Melancholic folk from one of our favourites.
Review / Primeval Well – Talkin’ in Tongues with Mountain Spirits
Tripped out Tennesee country-fried black metal.
Review / Emma Ruth Rundle – Engine of Hell
Minimal and fragile songwriter-folk.
Reviving a Lost Pre-Capitalist Britain with Green Lung
The London folk horror metallers on celebrating a folkloric pre-Christian, pre-imperial England.
Review / The Body and BIG|BRAVE – Leaving None But Small Birds
American folk with heft.