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Image:Campfire Tales: March 2015

Campfire Tales: March 2015

Continuing the rise of genre music in the UK, this month a strong showing from folkers.
Image:Eat To The Beat: Therapy?

Eat To The Beat: Therapy?

They'll tell you the best chipper in Larne!
Image:Campfire Tales: Kip Moore interviewed

Campfire Tales: Kip Moore interviewed

Taking a Kip in the country.
Image:Dark Hemyspheres: March 2015

Dark Hemyspheres: March 2015

In times of regression on lonely towers, find sanctitude.
Image:Campfire Tales: C2C Country To Country special

Campfire Tales: C2C Country To Country special

Max gives the latest albums from the stars of C2C a spin.
Image:Campfire Tales: introducing Callaghan

Campfire Tales: introducing Callaghan

We talk to the up-and-coming country act ahead of the C2C event.
Image:Campfire Tales: February 2015

Campfire Tales: February 2015

Max is back with another roots, country and similar round-up.
Image:Campfire Tales: Jason Aldean interviewed

Campfire Tales: Jason Aldean interviewed

Big hitting country superstar talks bro-country, C2C, and cowboy hats.
Image:Dark Hemyspheres: February 2015

Dark Hemyspheres: February 2015

Dominic is back with a few more morbid curiosities.
Image:Campfire Tales: Five minutes with Drew Holcomb

Campfire Tales: Five minutes with Drew Holcomb

Sugar-free Americana from Nashville.
Image:Campfire Tales: January 2015

Campfire Tales: January 2015

A new year, a new month of roots records - and of a very high standard to boot.
Image:Dark Hemyspheres: January 2015

Dark Hemyspheres: January 2015

A bloody new year to you too.
Image:Cherry Pop #6: Pop Eyes by Danielle Dax

Cherry Pop #6: Pop Eyes by Danielle Dax

Gillian G. Gaar explores the debut from an 80s outlier.
Image:Hope Is (Still) Important: the Idlewild interview

Hope Is (Still) Important: the Idlewild interview

With a new album in the wings, we catch up with Roddy Woomble.
Image:A Campfire Tales Christmas

A Campfire Tales Christmas

Christmas albums, they come but once a year.
Image:Campfire Tales: Albums of the Year 2014

Campfire Tales: Albums of the Year 2014

There are albums. There are ten. It must be an album of the year list.
Image:The Music Fix Albums of 2014

The Music Fix Albums of 2014

2014 - we were in you. And this is what you sounded like.
Image:Know Your Indie Queen: the Perfume Genius interview

Know Your Indie Queen: the Perfume Genius interview

A sit-down with Mike Hadreas, one bright musical Genius.
Image:Campfire Tales: November 2014

Campfire Tales: November 2014

The last standard column of the year. Banjos (lots of banjos), piano, and plenty of Willie Nelson.
Image:Write My Name In Blood: the Cheap Girls interview

Write My Name In Blood: the Cheap Girls interview

"Have you ever been to a show in Germany?" We talk etiquette with the Michigan trio.
Image:Campfire Tales: Shovels & Rope interviewed

Campfire Tales: Shovels & Rope interviewed

The roots duo talk to us about their second, darker, album.
Image:Now That's Magic: the Ex Hex interview

Now That's Magic: the Ex Hex interview

"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.
Image:Waving Not Drowning: the Glass Tides interview

Waving Not Drowning: the Glass Tides interview

Gary Kaill on why Glass Tides, amidst stiff competition, are causing more ripples than most emerging Manchester bands.
Image:Dark Hemyspheres: November 2014

Dark Hemyspheres: November 2014

Dark nights and darker music.

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