Folk

30 seconds interview: Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou

Husband and wife duo Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou are no strangers to the quirky world of English acoustica, having travelled the length and breadth of the isle seeking out tin tabernacles for intimate gigs with kindred spirits Pete Greenwood and Pepe Belmonte. They first cut their teeth in indie-folk troupe Indigo Moss before going it alone four years ago. We spend 30 seconds with them to find out how life's treating the duo...

Interview: Alistair McCulloch

Alistair McCulloch is one of the most sought after fiddlers in Scotland today, both as performer and teacher. His versatility and breadth of repertoire have kept him at the forefront of the national tradition for nearly 20 years while his performance skills are in demand from Canada to China.

In session: Blue Rose Code part 2

Blue Rose Code, aka Edinburgh born Ross Wilson, has had a big year. His debut album North Ten paved the way back in February, receiving instant cult status via rave reviews from folk behemoths 'Whispering' Bob Harris and Folk Radio. A little while back we invited him to come play a couple of unplugged songs for us. Here you can see the second instalment from that intimate session - a live version of One Day at a Time.

Elizabethan Session for March 2014

Folk by the Oak and the English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS) are commissioning eight folk musicians to write new music inspired by the Elizabethan age.

In session: Blue Rose Code

Blue Rose Code is the alter-ego of Scottish singer songwriter Ross Wilson, a musician who makes contemporary folk all laced together with his love for the songs of Motown and Nashville. His debut album North Ten, released earlier this year on Reveal Records, has endeared him to music lovers and fans of label mates Joan As Policewoman and Roddy Woomble. Watch Ross perform an exclusive version of Whitechapel, the lead track from his latest EP.