"I don’t want to be singing about fucking going down to the shops on a Tuesday and someone going 'Oh yeah, I did that the other day'." Gary Kaill on Manchester's new hope.
Continuing the rise of genre music in the UK, this month a strong showing from folkers.
They'll tell you the best chipper in Larne!
Taking a Kip in the country.
In times of regression on lonely towers, find sanctitude.
Max gives the latest albums from the stars of C2C a spin.
We talk to the up-and-coming country act ahead of the C2C event.
Max is back with another roots, country and similar round-up.
Big hitting country superstar talks bro-country, C2C, and cowboy hats.
Dominic is back with a few more morbid curiosities.
Sugar-free Americana from Nashville.
A new year, a new month of roots records - and of a very high standard to boot.
A bloody new year to you too.
Hangin' with the Wild Thing.
Gillian G. Gaar explores the debut from an 80s outlier.
With a new album in the wings, we catch up with Roddy Woomble.
Christmas albums, they come but once a year.
There are albums. There are ten. It must be an album of the year list.
2014 - we were in you. And this is what you sounded like.
A sit-down with Mike Hadreas, one bright musical Genius.
The last standard column of the year. Banjos (lots of banjos), piano, and plenty of Willie Nelson.
"Have you ever been to a show in Germany?" We talk etiquette with the Michigan trio.
The roots duo talk to us about their second, darker, album.
"I wouldn't even think about trying to sell albums. I've never lived in that world." Mary Timony tells Gary Kaill how her artistic integrity remains a compromise-free zone.