Phil Cooper abandons his folky sound (for the moment!) for a rockier one on his brilliant new album, These Revelation Games.
Drive-By Truckers’ 13th studio album, arrives mere months after the release of the band’s highly acclaimed The Unravelling.
New Zealand based Pencarrow has recorded a masterpiece which blends musical moods and genres to enthral both the newcomer and established fan.
Eloy Fritsch releases his 14th solo album. Moment In Paradise sees the Brazilian virtuoso fusing rock with plenty of solos and improvisations.
Gazpacho’s doyen is ethereal, analytical and powerful music. In Fireworker they’ve released another forceful, vigorous and compelling new album.
Glasgow-based songwriter Zoe Graham announces her arrival as one of the UK’s most exciting new artists with her forthcoming EP Gradual Move.
Nick Mason reinvents the early Pink Floyd days with his Saucerful Of Secrets. The gigs were brilliant and we now have a listen to the live recording of the London Roundhouse show recorded last year.
Rick Wakeman joins Yes alumni, Jon Anderson and Steve Howe, in releasing a new solo album in 2020. The Red Planet features 8 newly composed pieces.
The Waterboys return with an album rich in colour. Good Luck, Seeker is an album that will enrapture fans of this already great band.
Levellers return with their first new album proper in eight years. The Brighton folk punks deliver a masterclass with a poignant mesage.
Few have been brave enough to dedicate a whole album of Dylan songs like Emma Swift. Blonde On The Tracks meets the challenge head on.
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.