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OxFolk reviews: ‘Cold Old Fire’

There aren’t many folk groups that can claim to have originated in an ‘experimental psychedelic folk punk duo’, but then again Lynched, the self-styled...

OxFolk reviews: ‘a bit of blue’

There is something irresistibly lovable about Emily Maguire’s voice – it seems to swell silence the world around it, putting everything out of focus...

OxFolk reviews: Life in a Paper Boat

Ben Ray finds surprises in well-renowned folk musician Kate Rusby's new album Life in a Paper Boat

OxFolk Reviews: ‘Vortex’

Ben Ray reviews Methera's new album 'Vortex', and is swept away by their live Corpus performance

OxFolk Reviews: Faustus – Death and other Animals

Ben Ray looks at the UK folk three-piece's latest release

OxFolk review: ‘The Ties that Bind’

Ben Ray looks at Mawkin's latest album, The Ties that Bind

OxFolk Reviews: ‘Cycle’

If I’m being honest, Lady Maisery’s new album ‘Cycle’ came as a surprise to me not because of it’s accomplishment and beauty, but because...

OxFolk Reviews: ‘Bird’s Nest’

It isn’t often that you come across instrumental music that is so beautiful that each track feels like brushstrokes in a piece of artwork....

OxFolk Reviews: ‘Old Adam’

“How do stories make us who we are?” This is the surprisingly philosophical question posed to us by Fa Hield in the introduction to...

OxFolk Review: ‘II’

Ben Ray discusses 'II', the latest album from Moore Moss Rutter