Experienced folk circuiteers Nuala Keller and Pat Sherrington join forces in Cobalt Tales and release their compelling debut album Ever Changing Blue.
Nearly two years after the release of their critically acclaimed Moons Of Uranus, Norwegian psych/stoner rockers Dune Sea return with their third effort that sees the trio delving further into space rock.
We’re at Over Hulton Folk Club for the final gig of the year with Bandersnatch and Cobalt Tales.
Prolific veteran rocker Neil Young bares his soul and environmental concerns encompassing broad musical styles on World Record, accompanied by Crazy Horse and supported by infamous producer Rick Rubin.
Alluring new album South London based 4-piece The Little Unsaid, encouraging us to stay positive and be adaptable in troubled times.
Following a fantastic Summer festival and venue tour, British bluesman Aynsley Lister releases Along For The Ride, arguably his best yet!
Remastered version of classic ‘away from the public eye’ album by Julie Driscoll.
We’re at Over Hulton Folk Club again for this month’s event which features the double header of Craig Joiner and Edwina Hayes.
Los Angeles-based quartet Vitskär Süden draw on elements of heavy psych and prog with their cosmic-horror, multi-layered concept album, The Faceless King.
Cherry Red Records release a rock treat with a Snakecharmer anthology package. Stomping riff laden rock at its best from rock’s elite.
We’re at King George’s Hall in Blackburn as The Proclaimers tour their new album, Dentures Out, plus all the hits!
Something refreshingly inventive from Bristol-based outfit Jakabol whose experimental journey builds bridges between many forms on their debut album Jaded Temple.
We’re back this month at Over Hulton Folk Club for Reg Meuross and Anna Renae.
With a new album scheduled for January 2023 the enigmatic The Inspector Cluzo give us a taster with the single and title track Horizon.
Bjorn Riis releases his amazing tribute to Pink Floyd expertly replicating the sound every Floyd fan from the early days to the hiatus of the 70’s will instantly recognise.