The Record Crates United Mixtape – Autumn 2022 Mix with Allysen Callery

We are honored to have this year’s autumn mix curated and co-hosted by the great Rhode Island singer-songwriter, Allysen Callery (the unofficial New England queen of autumnal sounds). 1. Days of Rum – Marissa Nadler2. Lovebirds – Mike Bruno3. Moonshine (1975 TV performance) – Bert Jansch with Ralph McTell4. Condor Avenue – Elliott Smith5. InContinue reading The Record Crates United Mixtape – Autumn 2022 Mix with Allysen Callery

Sairie – The Cinder Sheet

It wouldn’t be a proper autumn without some music by UK psych-folk savants, Sairie, so thankfully they have a new EP out on Hudson Records! On this concise little release, the Brighton-based group pays tribute to some of their favorite songs from cinema, including covers of tracks that appeared in movies like The Night ofContinue reading “Sairie – The Cinder Sheet”

Angeline Morrison – “Go Home”

Angeline Morrison delivers the historic Black British experience missing from her nation’s folk music with her latest single, “Go Home,” which is out today on the prestigious Topic Records. Morrison is one of the freshest voices in English folk music today, and a recent winner of the Christian Raphael Prize, awarded to her by theContinue reading “Angeline Morrison – “Go Home””

The Record Crates United Mixtape REISSUE: Episode 9

I’m taking the week off from recording, so here’s a throwback. This is the playlist of Episode 9 of The Record Crates United. This was an extended special for autumn from my first year on Dune Buggy Radio, which featured nothing but English folk and psych-folk artists. With this week’s heatwave, I thought you mightContinue reading “The Record Crates United Mixtape REISSUE: Episode 9”

The Record Crates United Mixtape – Episode 54: Autumn Music for Autumn People

Tonight on Dunebuggyradio.com, we’re celebrating fall a little early. Tune in at 8PM EST/7PM EST to hear the earthy autumnal sounds of rare British and psychedelic folk music, plus a new single by Allysen Callery with Myles Baer and classic gems by the likes of Sandy Denny and Mountain Home. Don’t miss it. If youContinue reading “The Record Crates United Mixtape – Episode 54: Autumn Music for Autumn People”

November 2020 Roundup

Last week’s roundup post barely put a dent into the pile of great new releases that were sent to us, so we just had to rush out a second roundup right away. Nick Jonah Davis – When the Sun Came Nick Jonah Davis is a guitarist from Derbyshire, England, who plays in a style thatContinue reading “November 2020 Roundup”

The Record Crates United Mixtape – Autumn 2020 UK Folk Special

Tonight, Dunebuggyradio.com will be celebrating the autumn season by airing my annual all-UK folk special. I am certainly not alone in wanting to hear tons of records by the likes of Fairport Convention, Pentangle and Dando Shaft when the air starts to become chilly, the foliage turns orange and the harvest begins. So every yearContinue reading “The Record Crates United Mixtape – Autumn 2020 UK Folk Special”

Sairie – The Trembling Earth

Moved by the stark isolation of the pandemic, Sairie has returned with a striking new EP. February’s beautiful Scarlet and Blue release was indeed a difficult act to follow, yet The Trembling Earth goes above and beyond and actually raises the bar for the group. Each of the three songs here—two new originals and a classic Thomas Moore poem—isContinue reading “Sairie – The Trembling Earth”

Sairie – Scarlet and Blue EP

The delicate folk songs of Sairie’s Scarlet and Blue EP transport you to remote floral landscapes and lush forests of England’s past. The Brighton band plays gently melodic originals that feel so steeped in tradition, you’d swear that they were sourced from the Cecil Sharpe House’s folk archives. Sairie, which is comprised of Emma Morton on autoharp, JonContinue reading “Sairie – Scarlet and Blue EP”

Rowan : Morrison – Fields of Frost

If you like to honor the traditions of old during your holiday season while simultaneously looking ahead into a bright future, then there’s a place in your heart for Rowan : Morrison’s chilly Fields of Frost. That’s right, Angeline Morrison and Stephen Stannard (whom you may recognize from our frequent coverage of Meadowsilver and The RowanContinue reading “Rowan : Morrison – Fields of Frost”