acoustic folk

Suldusk to release debut album “Lunar Falls” on April 12th 2019

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Suldusk - a new project led by other-worldly frontwoman Emily Highfield - weaves acoustic tones of dark folk with elements of doom, atmospheric black metal and post rock

Suldusk is set to release her debut full-length album, entitled “Lunar Falls”, on April 12th, 2019. The album is available for pre-order now via Bandcamp.
 

David J to release new 7" single “Thoughts and Prayers” on April 13th 2019

The Schoolkids Records label has announced the new “Thoughts and Prayers” 7" single from David J, which will be released for Record Store Day.

This will be issued on limited edition vinyl in a run of only 500 copies. This is the first great protest song of the year, exclusively for RSD 2019.

Andrew Golding to release debut solo album “Dragon Welding” on March 15th 2019

Andrew Golding, founding member of C86 pioneers The Wolfhounds, has announced his debut solo album under the moniker (a.k.a. anagram) “Dragon Welding”.

Ahead of this mid-March via A Turntable Friend Records, he presents the lead track “The Builders”. Listen to the new track below.

Moes Anthill - Quitter

Moes Anthill is a band that was formed in 2011 by vocalist and guitarist Mario Moe Schelbert, who’s also the main man behind the songwriting. The music style is a blending among rock, folk pop, folk rock, americana, acoustic pop/rock, atmospheric pop and alternative folk along with some modern touches. It’s not that “weird” or complex as it sounds, especially if you think of artists like Elliott Smith, Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, Van Morrison, John Mellencamp and so on.

Shadygrove release live video for “The Port of Lisbon”

Folk/acoustic band Shadygrove has just unleashed a live version of the song “The Port of Lisbon”, taken from their debut album “In the Heart of Scarlet Wood”.

The video was taken at “Bum Bum Festival” in Bergamo (IT), as opening act for Lacuna Coil.

Watch the live video below.

Featuring members from Elvenking, Evenoire, and Sound Storm, Italy's Shadygrove journey into our primordial and mythological past for inspiration. Like musical time travelers or aural archaeologists, they have trawled eras beyond most bands' inspiration to create music from the soul... for the soul!