We manage a brief catch up with Exploring Birdsong, a band we’ve been admiring, at Satan’s Hollow as they visit Manchester.
Howard King looks back to 1974 when he was one of the lucky ones who saw Pink Floyd in their prime.
The Muggs are a blues rock trio from Detroit, Michigan. Slave To Sound Volume 5 is another in a line of solid blues rock releases.
There Is No Other by former Belle & Sebastian singer Isobel Campbell – “One of those albums you can enjoy whatever your mood is.”
A three and a half year gap since the last Drive By Truckers album and they’re back with The Unravelling.
“A benchmark for what good country music should sound like.” That’s our opinion on Hi-Line by Amberley Chalberg.
The Inspector Cluzo mix a unique way of presenting blues lyrics, spoken word and falsetto voices with outstanding traditional blues playing.
We take a trip through the Time Tunnel to 1974 to hear about a stunning concert bill from our writer, Howard. The Who, Lou Reed, Bad Company, Montrose and Humble Pie no less.
Liverpudlian prog trio make waves on their stunning debut EP. This band is definitely one to watch in 2020.
Finnish rockers return with a wildly intriguing new album from the shores of Scandinavia.
How refreshing to find a band which has developed their own distinctive sound. The Little Unsaid follow Atomise with a selection of songs to make up the Music/Nature EP.
We were at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall for a classic performance by Steve Hackett, celebrating the Spectral Mornings and Selling England By The Pound albums.
Make a drink of what you like best, turn the lights down low, kick everyone out of the room. Chill out with Steve Hackett and Djabe.
Described as ‘ethereal’ and ‘beautifully cohesive’, we had to investigate Atlantæum Flood’s One Day album.
We line up a date with Hawkwind and The Blackheart Orchestra in Manchester for a night of astonishing sounds and amazing music.