TEN to 1 does not hint at the future, but instead make stops on a nostalgic road trip into the past.
Sweet Western Sound magnifies every crevice of existence, and you may just see yourself reflected back in its dazzling looking glass.
Whether he’s Jesus, Jester or one of country's biggest new stars, Jelly Roll can certainly say he’s 100% himself.
From the McCoury family in all its forms to “Chicken Man”, riverside jams and Mother Nature not interrupting anyone’s plans, DelFest thrived in all aspects during its 14th iteration.
Blacktop checks all the boxes for a cliché country record, but rest assured there’s much more to Kent than that.
Judging by the reaction to the very first Highways festival at the Royal Albert Hall this past Saturday (May 20), we can confidently predict it will not be the last.
Brandy Clark is simply an impeccable record, with songs about love, place and identity that cement Clark as a generational talent.
The Bluegrass innovators who revolutionised the genre back when they were pesky kids have now returned with their most ambitious album.
The album is an antidote to the world’s sickly state, and the duo are merely messengers to a greater plan. Without question, Lover’s Game is the year’s best album so far.
Iris DeMent is fiery, energized, angry and invigorated on this long-awaited return.
This is music by someone who knows where he’s singing from and what it means to be. You can feel it on every track.
Taylor knows the sort of place that gives her the strongest sense of belonging. She delivers that same assuredness in her music as well.
Valazza might claim to know nothing, but she's put together a growing library of songs that tap into some sort of alien wisdom, thus performing wonders within liminal spaces.
From songwriter rounds to workshops, solo and full band sets, every artist put their best foot forward, helping to elevate the entire weekend and make it one that those in attendance won’t soon forget.
Jude Brothers bears their soul and share their shortcomings, honouring traditional folk sensibilities whilst their fearless vocal range and entrancing lyricism lends an entirely individual dimension to the music.
Jamgrass veterans dial-back their taste for adventure as they channel their classic influences.
While it’s reassuring to have him back, after seven years he could have crafted better material than what often dominates Now.
Chapel Hart’s success is well deserved and their infectious enjoyment of it makes it all the sweeter.