Folkroom’s 2016: A Musical Round-Up!

It’s the middle of December, and as we drag ourselves towards the end of a historical, horrendous year, we at Folkroom find ourselves desperate to focus on some of the better things that happened in 2016. In that spirit, we’ve gathered together a playlist featuring all of the artists in our little scene to have released something (and put it on Spotify) this year. You can listen to it here! We’ve omitted a couple of Christmas releases... Read More

Announcing: Anthology Three!

Folkroom is ecstatic to announce the release of our long-awaited compilation album, Anthology Three! The Anthology series has been a vital part of Folkroom’s output since we debuted as a label with ‘Anthology One’ way back in 2011. Our new record isĀ out now on digital and, for the first time, available on CD from February 2nd. As ever, this Anthology record is a snapshot of the artists working in and around our little label. Folkroom... Read More

Christmas (Folkroom Please Come Home)

On December 14th Folkroom will be continuing its tradition of celebrating Christmas with our dear friends at Before the Gold Rush. This year, our annual festive gig will be taking place at The Amersham Arms in New Cross, where ten of our favourite acts will be taking to the stage! It’s time for another round of A Folky Christmas… We’ve confirmed the terrific We Used To Make Things as a dance-worthy headliner who will close a day... Read More

Come for the refuge, stay for the music!

It’s today! At long last! The most anticipated release of 2013! Daft Punk who? We’re talking about the debut release from London’s foremost shanty singers! That’s right, Patch & the Giant’s debut release, ‘The Boatswain’s Refuge EP’ is out today. Out now. Like, this very minute. Any port in a storm, they say – and we reckon that The Boatswain’s Refuge EP is a perfect shelter from Capital... Read More