You make a very English sound, which I love
We love Beast of Bodmin Moor, please send us more songs to play
Kadia are my #FindFolkFriday. A recommendation from a friend and a cracking one too!
The E.P opener ‘Beacon Fires’ is available to listen to above. It features a nice mix of Irish folk and modern acoustic, not to mention very catchy and well-thought out lyrics. Read more here
Kadia are a band to watch out for. This debut album confirms they are maturing rapidly as songwriters, as instrumentalists, as singers, as arrangers. They are the full package, destined to reach an ever widening audience.
Kadia are a band who have really been making a name for themselves in and around the venues and festivals of Dorset. Kadia are a really great live band and seem to effortlessly have the knack of entertaining any audience that they play in front of. (Full article here)
Kadia are great instrumentalists and they sing lovely harmonies together. The Beast of Bodmin Moor shows a nice and healthy development in the work of this great folk trio. It’s a fabulous tune that just never gets boring. (full article here)
We first saw Kadia at a festival last summer, & immediately invited them to join us at our club in their home town of Bournemouth. Since then they’ve played for us twice , & will be back again very soon – that must surely be the best sort of recommendation! Kadia are three very talented young musicians who also write their own folk based material, in their own unique style. Every time we see them they just get better & better, & their new CD is certainly a must buy for anyone who likes great music. Do go & see them when you get a chance. Our great folk tradition is certainly safe in the hands of Kadia. (Received by email)
I have 4 albums playing in the car at moment and this ranks along with trad arrangements and cat stevens as a great album!
Their eagerly anticipated debut album stayed true to their folk genre