Out on 16 October, The Twilight Sad’s Òran Mór Session is a bewitching companion to last year’s acclaimed album. There are spme wonderful John Foxx’s soundscapes in London Overgrown. Alela Diane has teamed up with Ryan Francesconi to deliver a fine new release. There’s also a couple of folk releases seeing the light of day this week: first, Bellowhead mark their farewell tour by releasing a career retrospective called Pandemonuim; second, an unreleased early John Renbourn tape sees a welcome release, with sleeve notes by John himself written just before he passed. This week also sees the welcome re-release of long-out-of-print British psychedelia classic Morning Way by Trader Horne. Co-pilgrim also favour us with their third album, Slows To Go – if you’re in the area, the album launch show takes place on 25th October at The Hyde Tavern in Winchester, and it’s free! There’s also a 6-CD/8-LP box set from Brad Mehldau, divided into four themes. Release of the week is Josh Ritter’s very fine Sermon On The Rocks.
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