London Folk Magazine and News
All Day Folk Festival in King´s Cross
The legendary Harrison All Day Folk Festival returns for its twelfth installment in conjunction with the Bloomsbury Festival. Ten hours of magical music all for FREE!
22nd October - midday to midnight
Ned Roberts: an acoustic singer-songwriter based in London. ‘An understated gem’ – The Independent on Sunday.
Nina Harries: classically trained at the Royal College of Music, hailed as a folk-punk mastress.
Archive Valley: a trio based in Rome, who draw from the repertoire of Old-Time and Americana with jazz, classical and experimental folk influences.
Feral Mouth: “Raucous irresistible Bluegrass with Rock n Roll flair” – Louise Rodgers (Americana-UK)
Tell Tale Tusk: an all-female, contemporary-folk ensemble re-imagining folktales old and giving light to folktales new.
Trilhos: the Portuguese guitar "Trilhos" project began in 2002. Each musician brings their own influences from different areas of Portuguese music, combining to create an open yet traditional sound.
Catgod: musical collective based in Oxford combining soul and trip-hop sounds with female-male vocal harmonies.
Toytown Hustle: alt-pop ensemble that blend a colourful selection of electronic styles with acoustic instruments.
The Gin Bowlers: an exciting and entertaining live swing group based in Bristol. Their set is based on material from pre 1950s swing, jazz and gypsy jazz.