Order Some Other Shore (physical CD):
Album of the Week on Paul Dover's A World of Difference, Trent Sound (30/05/16)
Artist of the Week on Tracey Edges' Sunday Girl, Siren 107.3FM (05/06/16)
Album of the Week on Gary Hazlehurst's Folk Show, Nova FM (05/06/16)
Album of the Week on Brian Player's Acoustic Cafe, Blues & Roots Radio (17/06/16)
Album of the Week on Fatea Magazine's Along the Tracks (17/06/16)
Album of the Week on Roots and Shoots with Roger Pettit, Felixstowe Radio (20/06/16)
"A stunning mix of English music and Russian folklore" (Dai Jeffries, Folking.com)
"A great album, and Daria Kulesh's voice is just... well..." (Mike Harding, The Mike Harding Folk Show)
"A must for any music collection. The tracks are varied and entertaining. Never a chance to get bored. I love it." (Liz Franklin, Radio Teesdale)
"Just as stunning as you'd expect from this really quite extraordinary group. I have every faith that this little gathering of interesting and talented people will be huge on the folk scene very shortly!"(Tamsin Rosewell, Radio Warwickshire)
"Can't get enough of it! 'Some Other Shore' is full of delightful musical arrangements with excellent vocals and instrumentation. It's a star, having tracks
that really do make you feel like dancing round whilst taking them in." (Trevor Oxborrow, Argyll FM)
"‘Some Other Shore’ shows just how far the band has come since their debut album, and just how far they will clearly go." (Tim Carroll, FolkWords)
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For more info and to book tickets for our album launch tour, please click here - just one date left!
You can also order our debut, Waters So Deep (FREE postage):
"This original, captivating, evocative and beautifully constructed album is a genuine pleasure to listen to... right from the first track Rusalka you are transported on a musical magic carpet
to exotic places; to hear enthralling stories... Without doubt Waters So Deep is one of the most original debut albums for some time and among the most distinctive folk albums around at the
(Danny Farragher, Folk All - read full review)
"Plenty of originality... The energy on Waters So Deep is impressive. An interesting debut."
(One of 10 folk music highlights of the autumn and one of the best folk albums of the year according to The Telegraph, see here and here)
"Really interesting band, great instrumentalists, great vocalist" (Mike Harding)