Tag Archives: ghost folk

the hare and the moon

Here’s a spot of ghostly folk with which to eerily spook your day breaking serene, not out placed for the time of day I would have thought for the hare and the moon’s ‘the erl king’ emerges shrouded in a … Continue reading

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linda perhacs

Fancy some ghostly enchantment, well here’s a sneak peek from a forthcoming Linda Perhacs full length – Ms Perhacs for those of you unaware of such things was the author of one of great near lost folk gems ‘parallelograms’ – … Continue reading

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beautify junkyards

Simply sublime but then it’s what we’ve come to know and expect of Beautify Junkyards. Latest to be treated to their bewitching spell craft is a Portuguese folk song originally covered by the celebrated left wing activist Zeco Afonso entitled … Continue reading

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lutine

‘white flowers’ – the debut full length from Brighton duo Lutine has been getting a fair amount of affectionate glances of late, which pains me considerably given that we haven’t as yet committed to type a review. That said words … Continue reading

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the hare and the moon

Now this is beautifully chilling, prized from an imminent ‘the grey malkin’ set for reverb worship this is the hare and the moon, info alas is a little sketchy at the moment but we are suspecting that this comes in … Continue reading

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