Gig News: A Night at the Museum and THEN! That’s What We Called Christmas

Night at the Museum

The year is slowly drawing to a close, and before we start taking stock of what a terrific year it’s been, Folkroom has time for a few more special nights out! With that in mind, we’d like to announce two very different gigs happening across the south of the UK in November and December. First up, on November 18th we have our very first event in a new series, Night at... Read More

Happy release day Anjana Vasan!

Out october 06

Anjana Vasan’s debut EP, ‘Too Dark for Country’, is out today on Folkroom Records! The record, our first release in three years, captures one of the most unique voices in folk music today. We think you’ll love it. You can find ‘Too Dark for Country’ in all the usual places, including our Bandcamp page. It’s a small glimpse at the immense... Read More

THEN! That’s What We Called Music 50

Now 50

London’s original Now compilation covers night returns once again with our biggest, silliest, most triumphant gig yet! If you’ve missed our previous nights, here’s the rub: we are going to try and cover as much of the classic album Now 50 as we possibly can in one evening! You can get your tickets here now. One of the series’ greatest albums, Now 50 came... Read More

COMING SOON: ‘Too Dark for Country EP’ – Anjana Vasan

Out october 06

Folkroom is very proud to announce our first new release in three years – Anjana Vasan’s ‘Too Dark for Country EP’. The record, a debut for singer-songwriter Anjana, is released digitally and on a limited edition CD on October 6th, ahead of an October 7th launch gig at The Slaughtered Lamb. It’s been a while since Folkroom has released a new record... Read More

Folkroom by Sea

The Village

After seven years of bringing the finest new folk music to London, Folkroom is proud to announce its expansion to the south coast! September 28th will mark the first edition of our new fortnightly event in Brighton, Folkroom by Sea. We’ve long wanted to bring the Folkroom sound and ethos to another city and, with Folkroom’s founders Ben and Stephen both having relocated... Read More