Public Service Broadcasting hit Manchester in support of their latest album, Bright Magic. It is a feast for the senses as they deliver a blistering set.
Cropredy ’23 will be in the works and everyone has their picks as to who they want to see there. Here is our two shillings for who we think could be there.
Young Folk star Maddie Morris makes a stand on the Upstream EP.
Instrumental prog rock at its most listenable on MMTH’s album Infinite Heights shows intelligent rock can be created without being over complicated.
Von Hertzen Brothers on a new prog tinged but genre defying collection.
Instrumental and experimental Post-Rock duo Nordic Giants release a third intriguing and immersive collection.
We are delighted to be invited to curate a playlist of songs for the festival on the Saturday of the festival in-between the live music on the main stage.
Dauþuz return with another industrious slab of black metal mined from the depths of the German underworld.
We look ahead to Cropredy 2024 and throw a few ideas into the mix about who might be on the bill.
After a year off, we’re back at Underneath The Stars for another quality festival bill headed by Kate Rusby.
Kaprekar’s Constant release another progressive rock meisterwork with Depth Of Field.