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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.





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.'




Open Strings Early Virtuoso Recordings From The Middle East, And New Responses
Forgotten masterpieces, out-of-this-world improvisations from the 1920s; and dazzling commissions by Sir Richard Bishop, Six Organs Of Admittance and co. 'Dextrous, frenzied, fearless... awesome' (Plan B).




Paul Metzger Anamnestic Tincture
Amazing in-concert recordings featuring modified banjo, and a disembowelled acoustic guitar — a cymbal set into its face, with ten different strings laid on top — giving Water its dark, teeth-fillings mood.



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.




Alasdair Roberts The Amber Gatherers
All new songs by our favourite UK folkster — several of them war-time — full of fresh classicism and poetic brilliance. Great record, warm and gently rocking.





Alasdair Roberts Too Long In This Condition
Alasdair is the real thing and this is vintage stuff, with bracing arrangements and affective vocal support from Emily Portman: Will without Law writhing across the floor, blood and gore streaming down the walls.