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Seamus Cater
Lunora

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Intensely atmospheric live recording of a reworking of Peter Bellamy's Sweet Lemeny — full of unease and saudade — which invokes Ballard's character Lunora Goalem. Enchanting music; beautiful silk-screened sleeve.



Alasdair Roberts Hirta Songs
Ravishing settings of poet Robin Robertson's tales and meditations about the remote Scottish archipelago of St. Kilda. AR in full flight. Deeply beautiful, highly recommended.




Inigo Ugarteburu For The Unknown
An intriguing, brave departure — off to Chicago with his classical guitar, to take his chances on the wing with its improv and avant scene. Field recordings, synths, trombone, piano, bicycles, 20-string steel bass....



Ryo Takematsu Six-O-Seven Blues
Japanese bedsit guitar blues including three Fahey covers, a Skip James and a William Moore. Heartfelt, forward-looking revivalism.



Nancy Elizabeth Dancing
Clash magazine likes it — 'a swooning lullaby of a record... If you’ve come across Elizabeth before you’ll find much to be familiar with... wonderful stuff, haunting neo-folk ballads of a gold standard.'




Quercus
Holy moly, June Tabor on ECM. 'Quercus', 'oak': 'roots deep in British folk music; leaves and branches reaching upward in jazz-inspired lyrical improvisation.' With Iain Ballamy and Huw Warren.



A Hawk And A Hacksaw You Have Already Gone To The Other World
Terrific — half originals, half Ukrainian, Hungarian and Romanian folk re-worked under the spell of Paradjanov's marvellous film Shadows Of Forgotten Ancestors. Raptly melodious, thunderous, super-charged.



Dawn McCarthy And Bonnie Prince Billy Christmas Eve Can Kill You
Dawn Le Faun with Billy Le Bon, co-singers of The Letting Go and Wai Notes, digging up a modern(ish) parable from deep in their Everlys sack, afore getting down and sliding around on the flip.



Lena Willemark Agram
The Nordan Project, combining Swedish folk and jazz improvisation. With Palle Danielsson on bass, from various Charles Lloyd, Keth Jarrett and Jan Garbarek lineups.





Las Malas Amistades Maleza
‘The bad influences’, from Bogota, with their third album for us: twenty-eight gorgeous variations of saudade, in a warmly acoustic, post-punk take on Tropicalismo — impromptu, snapshot and sublime.



Marissa Nadler The Sister
Dominated by her heart-stopping voice, and her own acoustic guitar-playing, this is another great album — pared-down and austere but immersive and spell-binding.




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