Blue Rose Code play two magnificent sets at the Tolbooth, Stirling, undertaking a musical journey from the early songs of North Ten to an incredible seven new unreleased songs.
Gareth is a contributor for Louder than War, and has previously contributed to Sonic Bandwagon, Room Thirteen and Mudkiss.
Round and Round is a superlative box set collection of artists and bands who were making an impact in 1974, under the broad banner of progressive rock.
Louise Dodds and Elchin Shirinov at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe – St Vincent’s Chapel, Edinburgh: Live Review
We’re at Edinburgh Fringe to see Louise Dodds and Elchin Shirinov at St Vincent’s Chapel.
Carroll Thompson’s superb second album is reissued and is testament to the exceptional musical talents of one of the most soulful vocalists in reggae.
Snows Of Yesteryear release their much-anticipated debut album, with an exciting contemporary take on the creative potential of folk music.
Louise Dodds and Elchin Shirinov have produced a wonderful collection of jazz influenced interpretations of traditional Scottish folk songs.
The Phil Bancroft Quartet have crafted a musical tour de force, that provides an intriguing palette of dazzling musicianship and composition.
New album Sanguinaria is another creative landmark on Clara Engel’s always fascinating and immersive musical journey.
Newly reissued, Encore is the 1978 album that reunited Brian Auger and Julie Tippetts, and is an exhilarating tribute to two amazing musical talents.
Chris Squire’s Fish Out Of Water album, is a complete classic of progressive rock, in its most creative and ambitious form.
The Zombies cast their blissful musical spell over a smitten Glasgow audience with a magnificent set of songs old and new.
Be-Bop Deluxe on Sunburst Finish provide a near perfect amalgam of engagingly catchy song writing and progressive and rock influences.
Blue Rose Code have released a powerful new single, calling out injustice and inequality, and providing some great live music performances.
Various Artists – Cherry Stars Collide (Dream Pop, Shoegaze & Ethereal Rock 1986-1995): Album Review
Cherry Stars Collide is an excellent retrospective of the artists who inhabited and developed the musical landscape of dream pop and shoegaze.
Void of Light return with an exhilarating musical statement, that creatively weaves together several genres of metal.