Kate Rusby announces the first full play through of her highly acclaimed album Hand Me Down
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News of the new album from Nad Sylvan. Spiritus Mundi is released on Inside Out Music and The Stolen Child video is out now.
News of the online gig by Seth Lakeman and his band that celebrates fifteen years since the release of his seminal Freedom Fields album.
Love & Loss from Steady Rollin is jam packed with adrenaline and character; play this one loud!
News of the upcoming acoustic masterclass online guitar tuition series from Chris Quinn.
News of the forthcoming 4CD compilation of The Pineapple Thief frontman, Bruce Soord’s lockdown sessions.
Fish speaks out in clarifying the precarious position for musicians hoping to tour in Europe.
Steven Wilson finally releases his long delayed, much anticipated The Future Bites. It takes two of us to review.
At The Barrier takes a look back at 1971 and celebrates a seminal year for the Rock Album. Happy Birthday to these classics!
Lockdown has a lot to answer for. Mike Portnoy continues his unstoppable rise to world domination as Liquid Tension Experiment is back.
Bewitcher are set to return in 2021 with their third studio album. The follow up to Under The Witching Cross is entitled Cursed Be Thy Kingdom and will be set to slay your aural senses on April 16th 2021.
We turn our attention to the many excellent reissues and compilations that have helped to keep many of us afloat in 2020.
Kate Rusby is determined to bring the joy of her usual Christmas tour to the comfort of everyone’s homes with the special delivery of a full-length concert streamed worldwide on December 12 at 7.30pm GMT.
2020 has been a tremendously challenging year for many obvious reasons. One thing that has kept many of us afloat is an endless stream of amazing music.
Celebrating 15 Years of Reveal Records label Home Is Where The Art Is is the first compilation of music from Reveal artists.