New Music


Progressive rock, jigs and reels, an accordion and more.

a0828723404_16Wassail, Big Big Train

released 01 June 2015

Editor’s Choice

Progressive rock with folk elements.

Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

“What we’re dealing with here is an act of rare, often indescribable, brilliance … “ Rich Wilson, PROG magazine

Read Steve Blomerth’s review in this issue >>



Trio of One, Michael Mullen

Wise Cat Records (888295153133)

Editor’s Choice

Released: 2014

[available for review]

Unique looped jigs and reels and rocking acoustic folk that bring a Celtic twist to the term One Man Band.

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Sabbat, Damh the Bard

released 31 March 2015

[available for review]

Damh the Bard plays: Guitar (regular tuning), Guitar (DADGAD), 12 String Guitar, Bouzouki, Mandolin, Drums and Percussion, Bass, Vocals, Backing Vocals and Midi programming. Paul Gooding – Accordion on Forgotten, Never Be.

Voices from the Wicker Man ceremony at the Mercian Gathering – Tim and Anna, and the circle on The Wicker Man.

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Reya of Titan, Gekko Projekt

Editor’s Choice

[Available for review]

Members: JoJo Razor (vocals), Peter Matuchniak (guitars), Vance Gloster (keyboards), Rick Meadows (bass), Alan Smith (drums)

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Bridges, Eivør

My new album “Bridges” will be released on February 27th 2015 and the music will be available on good old-fashioned CD (if you remember those), on iTunes, Spotify and on vinyl of course (including a download code). … Love, Eivør

Available on iTunes

Read Michael Mullen’s review in this issue >>




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