Releases - June



Allan Kelly's Seven Hard Years

No Place In Heaven

Alun Parry

Live At 81 Renshaw Streety

Amanda Rheaume

Keep A Fire


Wrap Your Bones

>BB  & The Blues Shacks


Berkley Hart Selis Twang


Betty  & The Boy

The Wreckage

Betty Who

Betty Who The Remixes

Blind River Scare

Point Of No Return

Boo Hewerdine

Cosmic Robot

Bridget Fitzgerald

Two Side Of A Coyne


Words And Music Of The Great War

Claudia Schwab

Amber Sands

Coope Boyes & Simpson

In Flanders Fields

Crazy World Of Arthur Brown

Zim Zam Zim

Daniel Pearson

Waves In The Sea

Djivan Gasparyan

I Will Not Be Sad In This World & Moon Shines At Night

Eddie Seville

Ragged Hearts


Carry Me

Fish & Bird

Something In The Ether

Franc Cinelli


Giulia Millanta

The Funambulist

Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar

The Call



Herb Pendersen



Don't Look Back

Ivor Game

Dizzy Spells

Jason Titley

Still Rollin'

Jennifer Crook

Carnforth Station

Jenny Lysander


Jesse Brewster

March Of Tracks

Joe Innes & The Cavalcade

Brian, I'm A Genius Too

John Illsley

Testing The Water

Jon Allen

Deep River

Keala Rowan


Kina Grannis


Lara & The Bluz Dawgz

Devil Moon

Le Bete Blooms

Wishing I Could Kill

London Klezmer Quartet


Loudon Wainwright III

Haven't Got The Blues (Yet)

Malcombe Holcombe

Pitiful Blues

Mandolin Brothers

Far Out

Michael Ward With Dogs & Fishes

Weekends On The Wine Dark


Heavy Load

Murphy's Lore

Beating Heart

Naomi Randall with Tom Gaskell

Naomi Randall with Tom Gaskell

Oka Vanga


Old Crow Medicine Show


Paul Creane & The Changing Clock Band

The Clock

Paul J. Phillips


Rachel Newton


Red Molly

The Red Album

Red Sky July


Richard Thompson

Acoustic Classics

Ross Palmer


Said The Maiden

A Curious Tale

Second Hand Heart


Sha Na Na

The Night Is Still Young/The Golden Age Of Rock 'N' Roll


Outside In

Shammi Pithia


Simon Scardanelli

Three Dances With Sam


The Sunshine EP

Spencer Day

A Day's Work

Stick In The Wheel


The Askew Sisters

In The Air Or The Earth

The Cousin John Band

Broken Heart Tattoo

The Daisy House

Beaus & Arrows

The Duhks

Beyond The Blue

The Elephant Sessions

The Elusive Highland Beauty

The Larks


The Penguin Party


The Provincial Archive

Hide Like A Secret

The Wild

The Wild Wild EP

Tom Houston

Open The Skylights

Tom Paxton

The Complete Tom Paxton Live

Tom Shed

Mama's Goin' Out


Riset Bak Speilet

Various Artists

Happy Birthday Hidden Pony

Various Artists

Leigh Folk Festival

Ward Thomas

From Where We Stand


Monday Comedown

Wild Ponies

Things That Used To Shine



Releases - May

The Score

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Whilst we try our best to review everything that comes through the Fatea Office, it's proving to be more and more difficult so we've changed how the release page works.

Everything that comes through the office will be listed here in the month that we receive it. We'll update the page on a weekly basis and provide a link back to the artist page. We'll review as many releases as we can, but just because we haven't reviewed a release, please don't take that as sign that it's any less worthy than the ones we do, unfortunately time is the big enemy.

We'll also do our best to sort out some airplay for your release, but that might just mean the track going into rotation, rather than being a featured track on any of the shows.

If you are sending material through for review, it helps if we can have it about three weeks before the release date, with a press release that includes date of release, contact and website details and the preferred tracks for airplay. Don't worry if you can't get the release to us three weeks before it's out, there's a good chance we'll feature it, just can't guarantee it'll be before the album is due out. (If you can provide a link to the video you'd like on your review page, that would be useful)

Where possible the review copy should be a physical release and whilst we do occasionally review soft copy, we do not review streams or any format that requires an internet connection in order to listen.

We are also keen to find additional reviewers to help us cope better with the sheer volume of releases that come through the office, so if you're up for it, please get in touch.

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