Last year, I posted my reviews of a live concert and first album by the contemporary, indie, folk band Faeland. Since its release, the album “All My Swim” has received widespread support and acclaim. I am now delighted to be able to report that Faeland are currently recording their 2nd album –
Topic: Recorded Music
Various tracks and musicians
Autumn 2018 represents two 50th anniversaries for The Who. Firstly, The Who released their “Magic Bus” single in the UK. It was a year when the band appeared to be in decline as far as singles were concerned. Prior to 1968, all (8) of their authorised single releases of original songs had made the top 10 in the UK.
Daniel is a computer engineer and devoted musician based in Winnipeg. After many years of playing with his band and two years of touring during which his drummer snapped his wrist, his bass player became the head of a major international company and with the second guitarist being the owner of a huge farm, Daniel decided he could make the most use of his time and be more musically productive by going it alone as an independent artist.
A slideshow of photographs taken in the Glastonbury area during August, 2013 and set to “Kupuri” by System 7.
Faeland are a contemporary folk band from Bristol UK. At the core of the band are songwriting duo Rebecca Nelson (lead vocals, guitar) and Jacob Morrison (guitar, backing vocals, ukulele, banjo). They are currently touring their debut album, “All My Swim” (released January 2018). This post now includes video from Faeland’s BBC ‘Introducing’ session –
A few years ago, a friend declared a new interest in folk music and asked for some recommendations to serve as an introduction to the genre. As an example of an Irish song that has permeated the folk music of the British Isles (and beyond) with many recordings by various artistes spanning at least 6 decades, “She Moved Through the Fair” would be a necessary inclusion in my list.
When I saw that the reincarnation of one of my favourite bands, Gong, were playing in nearby Totnes on my birthday, I went with a friend. However, the highlight of my evening was the performance of the main support act, ‘Magic Bus’, a local (Totnes) band described by Shindig as ‘West Country heads’. They are evidently accomplished musicians and their use of flute, keyboards and vocals are ….
Brixham based EDM DJ and YouTuber, Glen is a local friend of some 15 years now. His well-subscribed YouTube channel is called EnglishChannel, a platform from which Glen presents, “The Sound Of The Underground! Progressive House, Techno, Breakbeat, House, Oldskool, Hardcore, Jungle, Acid, Rave Tracks, DJ Mixes & Tunes” and the very best of Progressive House ….