We cast an approving eye over the first Steve Howe solo release for 9 years, Love is, which includes instrumental pieces and songs with him taking the lead vocal role himself.
We caught up with Emma Swift in the run up to the release of Blonde On The Tracks to ask her a little more about the project
Recorded entirely live, the new album from Mary Chapin Carpenter finds the 5-time GRAMMY Award-winning singer-songwriter pondering life’s intimate, personal moments and exploring its most universally challenging questions
Willie Nelson’s 70th solo studio album, released a couple of months after his 87th birthday, contains 11 new studio performances plus 2 new songs co-written by Willie and long-time friend and producer Buddy Cannon.
Long Distance Calling deliver a progressive post-rock masterpiece on their seventh album, as they ask How Do We Want To Live?
The Magpies can count themselves amongst some of the finest folk groups in the land. Their debut album, Tidings, is full of songs and tunes steeped in traditional English folklore.
Some jazzy prog rock on the debut album, Genus, from Col Mullins, also known as The Animal State.
The debut EP from Uncle Greedy, The Journey To Mile 39, blends Folk-Rock and a bevvy of 60’s and 70’s influences.
LA’s Vitskär Süden release their debut album; full of doomy, stoner laden riffs and cosmic revelry which will appeal to fans of Hawkwind and Sleep.
Guitarist from American psych-rockers Dead Meadow, Jason Simon returns to solo endeavours with new album; A Venerable Wreck.
Pendulum is the latest dopamine hit of hazy melody from multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter, James Holt, to be released on 15th May 2020.
The self-titled debut album from Austrian prog-metal trio Hills Like White Lions goes under the microscope.
This 5th studio album from Dutch band Lesoir represents all that is best about contemporary progressive music. High-quality listenable music and a clear distinct message which is relevant to all.
A Judie Tzuke collection that brings together all of her recorded output whilst signed to Chrysalis Records, spanning 1982 to 1983
Primo! are making guitar music that explores the boundaries of everyday life with calm levity, tilted grace and grit.