Freeholm Wilson

Artist of The Week. Freeholm Wilson

Freeholm Wilson is a musician from North London.  His debut LP  ‘Children of June’ is set for release in March, but you can have a cheeky first listen here. Freeholm produces his songs in a dusty North London basement on reel to reel and a collection of old analogue equipment from yesteryear.  He admits listening to

Oktoba

Artist of The Week. Oktoba

Oktoba is the solo project of Brighton based singer-songwriter Chris Athorne. His debut 10-track album ‘Smoke Signals’ sounds like the soundtrack to an Appalachian Trail adventure, it’s breezy Americana, dreamy folk and good honest story-telling all tied together by producer Tim Bidwell. (Kate Walsh, Jack Watts, Fink) This full length album follows his 2014 debut

Charles Johnson

Artist of The Week. Charles Johnson

Recorded at the historic Sound Emporium studio ‘Everything I Know’ is the début album from Charles Johnson, an artist we first featured on Episode 117 of Lost On Radio. Folk-rock singer/songwriter, Charles Johnson, is an unchained, raw talent, creating emotional and tangible music. Pairing finger picked, driving guitar with his unique vocal delivery, he offers his explorations

Frontier Ruckus

Band of The Week. Frontier Ruckus

In the most modern way, Michigan-based indie band Frontier Ruckus, are firmly gripping to 90’s nostalgia. Their songs are poems; stories of adult relationships and playful youth, all with classic folk roots. Six years after the release of their debut, Frontier Ruckus are spending two months on the road, promoting their new album ‘Sitcom Afterlife.’

Zea&TCC

Band of The Week – Zea and The Copper Children

American four-piece Zea and The Copper Children are keen to have their folk stories heard. Thanks to his artistic family, frontman Zea Stallings discovered his love of music at an early age. Then later, in his hometown of Denver, Stallings met Joel Ashmore, an award-winning multi-instrumentalist who would soon become his band mate. Together with