Void of Light, on their debut album, impressively unleash an intense and immersive exposition of the post-metal genre.
Gareth is a contributor for Louder than War, and has previously contributed to Sonic Bandwagon, Room Thirteen and Mudkiss.
Trish Clowes and her band My Iris delight an end of tour Glasgow audience, with a dazzling performance, full of emotionally connected playing, that scales every musical height.
Trish Clowes, with the album, A View With A Room, has created a memorable musical landscape, with playing full of imagination and soul.
Their Invisible Hands by Clara Engel is an album you must hear, with its collection of engaging and immersive songs, and excellent musicianship.
Satellite Life documents the collaboration between Billy Mackenzie, of The Associates, and Steve Aungle, showcasing Billy’s remarkable voice and songwriting.
Aurora brings a unique stage presence, and incredible songs and music, to an admiring and appreciative Glasgow audience.
Live At Last documents a stunning soul and jazz collaboration between Omar and QCBA, recorded live at the Jazz Cafe.
Wallpaper Music is an exceptional album, full of engaging compositions and stunning musical arrangements and playing, put together by the very talented Kevin Figes, and a group of fine musicians.
From Warren County, New Jersey, Lorna Shore is a metal band to watch, with their powerhouse take on the deathcore metal genre.
Twelve Dreams Of Dr. Sardonicus by Spirit, is their 1970 masterpiece, and is now available in a newly expanded and remastered deluxe edition.
Nordic Giants are a musical and visual phenomenon, providing a fully integrated audio-visual experience at Glasgow’s CCA.
Paradise Lost are back on the road for a full UK tour and an opportunity to feature material from the excellent 2020 release Obsidian.
Notes from the Underground is an intriguing release that showcases the influence and impact of radical music of the Twentieth Century.
Doodswens release their debut album Lichtvrees, and infuse black metal with a range of influences and new creative directions.
Hamish Hawk plays an enchanting and very well received acoustic set at Edinburgh’s the Great Eastern Festival