Guardian folk album of the month: Future Folk: Friendly Faces; Different Spaces

Blimey! Made a little appearance in The Guardian this morning as The Slow Music Movement’s compilation that I appear on is folk album of the month- The highest profile coverage since I was in Gamesmaster magazine 28 years ago!

It’s a lovely flowing collection, many thanks to James for curating and great to be featured amongst such likeminded artists such as: Alula Down, The Howard Hughes Suite , Geir Sundstøl – sundstoel Scott William Urquhart, Bróna Mcvittie, Avocet Jeffrey Silverstein, Andrew Tuttle, El Conejo, Black Brunswicker, Tracy Chow, Pete Thompson & Me Lost Me.


I have recently (well in the last 6 months) appeared on two lovely compilations. Back in November 2020 I appeared on this beautiful and eclectic compilation highlighting the loss (and near loss) of many species:

And in April 2021 I appeared on this other beautiful and eclectic (within a folky idiom) thing:

It’s great to be on compilations with other amazing artists so if you are compiling anything at the moment do let me know and hopefully I can hop aboard!

A fresh take on an old tune (or two)…

Just stumbled upon this, love the fragments of speech. Always fantastic to see music I’ve made from a different point of view…

Blizzard from Trevor K. Ball on Vimeo.</p>

The piece used is That Was The Day:

Also found this video, never of this Chava guy but he seems quite a character.

Chava from Erick Flores Garnelo on Vimeo.</p>
The track He Said, Life is a Question but Don’t Let Them Hassle You For An Answer comes in a little way through:

Various reviews for Bird-Stone… (In German) (In Italian)