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Fronted by singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Travis Ward, Hillfolk Noir’s peculiar take on traditional acoustic mountain music is filtered through a half-century of folk, country and rock ‘n’ roll and fed by an affinity for medicine show culture and Depression-era string-band blues. The band calls it Junkerdash, which has multiple definitions up to and including “psychedelic swamp-shack rags.” However, if you’re looking for something neat and tidy to place in casual conversation, feel free to use current music-journalism parlance and call it “indie folk.”
‘Hillfolk Noir – modern day old time wonderment.’- Rick Stuart, Roots and Fusion Radio of Pure Radio, UK
‘Amazing, and slightly dark – I can’t wait to see them onstage’ – Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2
‘The jugband tradition is alive and more than well; they bring a punky, spunky spirit to the blues and old-time’– Rob Adams, The Herald