We are delighted to announce the release of our compilation album 'A Journey To A Time Or Place'.
Featuring 13 original tracks with almost 60 minutes of music the digital album is available for streaming or free download on Bandcamp (click on the album cover above to go to website).
The full track listing is:
Hopefully lots of people will discover some exciting new music on 'A Journey To A Time Or Place'!
Scottish singer songwriter Erin At Eleven releases her second EP 'Eclectic' on 30th August 2019.
The new EP features four original songs written by Erin - 'Only Myself To Blame', 'One Thing', 'All Roads Lead Back' and 'Over You'.
Talking about her new EP, Erin said:
"The 'Eclectic' EP is the culmination of some tracks I've written and produced from different genres (EDM, trad pop, jazz) which didn't quite fit in with the rest of the tracks on my upcoming album but which I thought could blend well together in their own wee eclectic world."
'Eclectic' will be available from:
Spain-born, American-raised and UK-based singer/songwriter Sarah McQuaid is heading out on the road again for 12 solid weeks of touring, with 35 shows in the USA and 22 in the UK (57 concerts in total), starting on September 6th and winding up back in her adopted home county of Cornwall on November 30th.
Produced by guitar legend Michael Chapman, Sarah’s fifth solo album 'If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous' is distributed worldwide by Proper on LP as well as CD, and has received rave reviews worldwide: Dutch music magazine Heaven hailed it as “an early contender for folk album of 2018,” the UK’s fRoots said it was “a collection to savour” and the USA’s PopMatters called it “a gateway into a true innovator’s soul.”
“I’m really looking forward to getting out on the road again,” says the singer, who recently won a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Ards International Guitar Festival; electric guitar, piano and drum also feature in her arsenal of instruments onstage.
“After the intensity of last year’s album-release touring, I made the decision not to do any long tours in the first half of this year,” Sarah continues, “although I did manage to get over to Ireland to perform at the Belfast Nashville Songwriters Festival, which was fantastic, and I’ve just come back from playing at a folk festival in Belgium."
“But it’s all been short little trips out, so it’ll be great to be finally getting my teeth into a proper tour. The US tour is coast-to-coast — we start off in North Carolina, then head northwest to Colorado via St Louis and on to Idaho and Oregon, then down into California, then back east again through Wyoming, Iowa, Illinois and Indiana to South Carolina and Virginia, then north up the east coast, finishing with a week of New England gigs – so we’ll see a massive range of different terrains and landscapes. I can’t wait!”