“Essentially Oka Vanga are still the same guitar duo that delivered “Pilgrim” and the rich interactions between their two instruments still make lush music together, the real difference is that in the interim Angela has found the confidence to reveal her voice to the world and a damned fine voice it is to whether it’s carrying the song, “Song Of The Dell” or driving the song forward, “Witching Hour”. Neil King, FATEA.
“It is a gorgeous album, in fact it’s more of a musical story book. Meyer has lovely, gentle voice soft as a
wind borne feather and as emotionally loaded as two new lovers. Add to this their incredible gift on the guitars and you have something special.” Danny Farragher, Folkall.
Read the full review here: http://folkall.blogspot.co.uk/2015/10/fate-juggler-oka-vanga.html
“Tales Of Eyam’ is principally a human story – love and loss, resolution and self-sacrifice – each part of the human condition. Oka Vanga have recreated those qualities through sensitive music and song, and they’ve done it incredibly well”. Tim Carroll, Folk Words.
Read the full review here: http://www.folkwords.com/folkwordsreviews_95256.html
“Perfect folk fayre”. Mike Ainscoe, Bright Young Folk
Hear us LIVE on BBC Radio talking about “Tales of Eyam” with Sue Marchant.