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Jim Moray talks to musicians, writers and artists about folk music, creativity, and life.

Latest Episodes

Low Culture Podcast S2E6 – Grace Petrie

Grace Petrie is a folk singer, songwriter, and activist from Leicester, UK. She first exploded on to the national protest scene in 2010 with the emotive anthem Farewell to Welfare, which captured perfectly the spirit of the new wave of dissent in austerity Britain. Since then, she has written, recorded and toured relentlessly. Her unique takes on life, love and politics, and the warmth and wit with which they are delivered have won over audiences everywhere, and she has quietly become one of the most respected and prolific songwriters working in the UK today.

81 MIN2017 JUN 13
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Low Culture Podcast S2E6 – Grace Petrie

Low Culture Podcast S2E5 – Anna Roberts-Gevalt

Anna Roberts-Gevalt is one half of the duo Anna and Elizabeth. They combine a deep understanding of traditional balladry with performance and visual art, experimental music, and spoken word story telling. They are currently recording their third album together.

59 MIN2017 MAY 30
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Low Culture Podcast S2E5 – Anna Roberts-Gevalt

Low Culture Podcast S2E4 – Jenny M. Thomas and Dan Witton

Bush Gothic are a trio from Melbourne, Australia, reinventing Australian folk song to reclaim it as a progressive force. Jenny M. Thomas started as a solo fiddle-singer, before adding the rhythm section of Dan Witton and Chris Lewis, first as ‘Jenny M. Thomas and the System” and finally as Bush Gothic.

50 MIN2017 APR 25
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Low Culture Podcast S2E4 – Jenny M. Thomas and Dan Witton

Low Culture Podcast S2E3 – Jim Causley

Jim Causley has been a fixture of British folk since the mid 2000s. He was nominated for Folk Singer Of The Year at the 2017 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, and his albums setting the poems of Charles Causley (a distant relation) and Jack Clemo have taken him far beyond the folk scene. However, he is still a singer of traditional material at heart, and he talks about his experiences and sings a version of John Barleycorn.

55 MIN2017 APR 11
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Low Culture Podcast S2E3 – Jim Causley

Low Culture Podcast S2E2 – Anaïs Mitchell

Anais Mitchell is a singer and songwriter from Vermont, now resident in Brooklyn. Her album Hadestown featured Justin Vernon (of Bon Iver), Ani Di Franco and Greg Brown (amongst others) and is now a Broadway show in collaboration with director Rachel Chavkin and the New York Theatre Workshop. Her album Child Ballads (with Jefferson Hamer) is hugely influential amongst current folk UK musicians and brought a new perspective to familiar songs.

55 MIN2017 APR 4
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Low Culture Podcast S2E2 – Anaïs Mitchell

Low Culture Podcast S2E1 – Sam Sweeney

The Low Culture Podcast returns with Sam Sweeney. One of the most popular and respected folk musicians ofthe younger generation, he is best known for his superlative fiddle playingwith Leveret, Bellowhead and Eliza Carthy’s Wayward Band. He is also a brilliant singer, no matter what he tells you. Jim and Sam had a chat while filming the BBC 3 show Class.

64 MIN2017 MAR 28
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Low Culture Podcast S2E1 – Sam Sweeney

Low Culture Podcast S1E10 – Upcetera Special!

Jim talks to Folk Witness’ Mark Dishman in this special episode. Upcetera is released on September the 30th 2016, and is available to pre-order and download now fromhttps://jimmoray.co.uk/

80 MIN2016 JUL 22
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Low Culture Podcast S1E10 – Upcetera Special!

Low Culture Podcast S1E9 – Sam Carter

Jim talks to guitarist, singer, songwriter and False Lights colleague Sam Carter about songwriting, the height of your guitar strap and his new album How The City Sings.

64 MIN2016 JUL 12
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Low Culture Podcast S1E9 – Sam Carter

Low Culture Podcast S1E8 – Amy Mason

Writer and Performer Amy Mason won the Dundee International Festival book prize for her first novel ‘The Other Ida’ in 2014, and her shows Mass and The Islanders (with music by Jim and Eddie Argos) were produced by Bristol Old Vic, the latter winning the Ideas Tap/Underbelly Edinburgh Fringe Award.

59 MIN2016 JUL 5
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Low Culture Podcast S1E8 – Amy Mason

Low Culture Podcast S1E7 – Stick In The Wheel

Jim talks to Ian and Nicola from London band Stick In The Wheel. Stick In The Wheel formed in 2012 to “play the music of our people”. Their first album “From Here” was the winner of the fRoots Critics Poll and they’ve been nominated four times at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.

67 MIN2016 JUN 28
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Low Culture Podcast S1E7 – Stick In The Wheel

Latest Episodes

Low Culture Podcast S2E6 – Grace Petrie

Grace Petrie is a folk singer, songwriter, and activist from Leicester, UK. She first exploded on to the national protest scene in 2010 with the emotive anthem Farewell to Welfare, which captured perfectly the spirit of the new wave of dissent in austerity Britain. Since then, she has written, recorded and toured relentlessly. Her unique takes on life, love and politics, and the warmth and wit with which they are delivered have won over audiences everywhere, and she has quietly become one of the most respected and prolific songwriters working in the UK today.

81 MIN2017 JUN 13
Comments
Low Culture Podcast S2E6 – Grace Petrie

Low Culture Podcast S2E5 – Anna Roberts-Gevalt

Anna Roberts-Gevalt is one half of the duo Anna and Elizabeth. They combine a deep understanding of traditional balladry with performance and visual art, experimental music, and spoken word story telling. They are currently recording their third album together.

59 MIN2017 MAY 30
Comments
Low Culture Podcast S2E5 – Anna Roberts-Gevalt

Low Culture Podcast S2E4 – Jenny M. Thomas and Dan Witton

Bush Gothic are a trio from Melbourne, Australia, reinventing Australian folk song to reclaim it as a progressive force. Jenny M. Thomas started as a solo fiddle-singer, before adding the rhythm section of Dan Witton and Chris Lewis, first as ‘Jenny M. Thomas and the System” and finally as Bush Gothic.

50 MIN2017 APR 25
Comments
Low Culture Podcast S2E4 – Jenny M. Thomas and Dan Witton

Low Culture Podcast S2E3 – Jim Causley

Jim Causley has been a fixture of British folk since the mid 2000s. He was nominated for Folk Singer Of The Year at the 2017 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, and his albums setting the poems of Charles Causley (a distant relation) and Jack Clemo have taken him far beyond the folk scene. However, he is still a singer of traditional material at heart, and he talks about his experiences and sings a version of John Barleycorn.

55 MIN2017 APR 11
Comments
Low Culture Podcast S2E3 – Jim Causley

Low Culture Podcast S2E2 – Anaïs Mitchell

Anais Mitchell is a singer and songwriter from Vermont, now resident in Brooklyn. Her album Hadestown featured Justin Vernon (of Bon Iver), Ani Di Franco and Greg Brown (amongst others) and is now a Broadway show in collaboration with director Rachel Chavkin and the New York Theatre Workshop. Her album Child Ballads (with Jefferson Hamer) is hugely influential amongst current folk UK musicians and brought a new perspective to familiar songs.

55 MIN2017 APR 4
Comments
Low Culture Podcast S2E2 – Anaïs Mitchell

Low Culture Podcast S2E1 – Sam Sweeney

The Low Culture Podcast returns with Sam Sweeney. One of the most popular and respected folk musicians ofthe younger generation, he is best known for his superlative fiddle playingwith Leveret, Bellowhead and Eliza Carthy’s Wayward Band. He is also a brilliant singer, no matter what he tells you. Jim and Sam had a chat while filming the BBC 3 show Class.

64 MIN2017 MAR 28
Comments
Low Culture Podcast S2E1 – Sam Sweeney

Low Culture Podcast S1E10 – Upcetera Special!

Jim talks to Folk Witness’ Mark Dishman in this special episode. Upcetera is released on September the 30th 2016, and is available to pre-order and download now fromhttps://jimmoray.co.uk/

80 MIN2016 JUL 22
Comments
Low Culture Podcast S1E10 – Upcetera Special!

Low Culture Podcast S1E9 – Sam Carter

Jim talks to guitarist, singer, songwriter and False Lights colleague Sam Carter about songwriting, the height of your guitar strap and his new album How The City Sings.

64 MIN2016 JUL 12
Comments
Low Culture Podcast S1E9 – Sam Carter

Low Culture Podcast S1E8 – Amy Mason

Writer and Performer Amy Mason won the Dundee International Festival book prize for her first novel ‘The Other Ida’ in 2014, and her shows Mass and The Islanders (with music by Jim and Eddie Argos) were produced by Bristol Old Vic, the latter winning the Ideas Tap/Underbelly Edinburgh Fringe Award.

59 MIN2016 JUL 5
Comments
Low Culture Podcast S1E8 – Amy Mason

Low Culture Podcast S1E7 – Stick In The Wheel

Jim talks to Ian and Nicola from London band Stick In The Wheel. Stick In The Wheel formed in 2012 to “play the music of our people”. Their first album “From Here” was the winner of the fRoots Critics Poll and they’ve been nominated four times at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.

67 MIN2016 JUN 28
Comments
Low Culture Podcast S1E7 – Stick In The Wheel
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