Tag: folk

Gig review: Michele Stodart, Raevennan Husbandes and Arcelia at the Folkestone Quarterhouse by Anna Morell

  • Posted by Anna Morell
  • Music
Michele Stodart

A quiet revolution is underway in Kent. Long recognised as a cradle of folk, and in the North West corner, home to the garage noise of the Medway Delta bands, a number of small, reputable venues are attempting to bring internationally acclaimed acoustic and contemporary musicians to the county. Spearheading the movement is Revelation St…

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Review: Justin And The Argonauts – ‘Orpheus’, by Anna Morell

  • Posted by Anna Morell
  • Folk
Justin And The Argonauts

A czardas is a Hungarian folk dance. The word is a corruption of the word for ‘tavern’ and Justin and the Argonauts’ debut album, ‘Orpheus’, is, in the main, a swaggering collection of kick-ass, classical, folk dance drinking songs perfectly suited to bars, taverns, hard liquor and harder dancing. A four-piece – tuba, guitar, accordion,…

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