One of the Blues legend John Mayall’s best solo efforts is re-issued 40 years after it was recorded and revisits some top quality blues music.
Drawing inspiration from Buddhist teachings and the hopeful attitude of frontman Johnny Quinn, Liverpool-based four-piece SPINN return with second album Outside Of The Blue.
A Blues album to savour with new arrangements to music composed and performed by 1920’s blues queens. A special album by special modern blues queen Elli de Mon.
Vintage blues with additional hues of gospel and jazz; come aboard this Massachusetts train for album number 11 from Misty Blues.
A lockdown solo effort. As The Tide Gets High And Low from Italian bluesman Gianni Tbay as The Blues Against Youth, his one-man-band project.
Bear’s Den return with their fourth LP, Blue Hours; one of their most personal records to date. It is sure to be an album of the year contender.
French trio Uncut release a blues-rock album which pays homage to 70’s rock and later heavier metal blues.
TV icon, Matt Berry, shows the right way to recreate 60s psychedelia on his latest long player; The Blue Elephant.
Blue Rose Code return to Glasgow, with live music to make your heart soar and your feet move (once again) to get hip to the beat.
If you like your blues raw, brash and dynamic this is the album for you. After winning Best New Blues Band in the 2019 Digital Blues Awards, The Bad Day Blues Band release the explosive, frenetic album Table By The Wall.
Von Hertzen Brothers on a new prog tinged but genre defying collection.
The new single AND video from KK Hammond – her Devil Kin Blues is a brooding stormer to feast upon.
Dark, intense and disturbingly graphic –an early masterpiece by Toyah revisited
Listening to Forever Blue, it’s impossible to believe A. A. Williams only made her stage debut in 2019. Forever Blue is a truly astounding piece of work for a debut album.
Bold, quirky and hilarious – Portuguese songstress Rita Braga challenges and entertains on her third album.