Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre celebrates fifty years of the band with a selection of material given a new spin.
Collapse Under The Empire, release their new Post-Rock/ Electronic album Everything We Will Leave Beyond Us.
Stories Of Strangers is the excellent debut album from New Zealand progressive folk-rock group Grumblewood, out on Gravity Dream.
Two Isobell Campbell re-issues from Cooking Vinyl on the back of the exceptional There Is No Other, give us a deeper understanding of her expertise and versatility.
Scandinavia imparts another thrilling record upon us with the second album from Dune Sea, Moons of Uranus. Expect classic Deep Purple vibes.
The War On Drugs arrives just in time to rescue us with a collection of live recordings sequenced to replicate a 70-minute set, bringing deep joy at the end of a tumultuous year.
French trio Uncut release a blues-rock album which pays homage to 70’s rock and later heavier metal blues.
The 1994 album Wildflowers by Tom Petty has been released, remastered and extended with home recordings of discarded material and live concert recordings.
We have a listen to the Gone single from folk/Americana musician Tim Grimm.
The Inspector Cluzo turn up (or down) with a live album from the Spring of 2020.
A slimmed down version of Hawkwind tackle the global crisis with a new record, Carnivorous.
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.