To celebrate 50 years of The Beach Boys’ timeless music , Capitol/UMe release an expansive 5CD and digital box set titled Feel Flows – The Sunflower and Surf’s Up Sessions, 1969-1971.
Daniel De Vita shows us the full range of his experimental guitar and production skills with his tight Argentinian unit on this new Lunaria Records release Lost In Translation.
The Little Unsaid release an enthralling new album in Lick The Future’s Lips.
As a prelude to the album release Lost In Translation at the end of July we are privileged to premiere Daniel De Vita’s rootsy single release Every Time I’m Close To You.
Folk-prog artist Dikajee releases new single Forest and announces debut LP Forget~Me~Nots
Cambridge-based post-folk collective, Fuzzy Lights share the third single, Sirens, from their forthcoming album, Burials.
Faceless Mirror return with a new single to whet the appetite for their forthcoming new album, due later in 2021. Mumma (What A Life) is out now.
The new album from Mike Turnbull is packed with folk tales each accompanied by a rich and full soundtrack.
A Blues album to savour with new arrangements to music composed and performed by 1920’s blues queens. A special album by special modern blues queen Elli de Mon.
Nine Skies is a French progressive rock band inspired by many influences: rock, pop, progressive and jazz are all evident on this polished acoustic opus.
Better late than never The Bird, The Book & The Barrel by The Lost Trades transports you through English folk tales to touch those sun-drenched sounds of California.
With a strong connection to traditional blues influences, Shotgun Shack is the debut EP from local duo Dust Radio, conjuring up the Southern blues sound.
Liverpool-based Irish duo Seafoam Green pull out all the stops on Martin’s Garden. A stylishly produced and mixed bag of tremendous music.
High quality blues from accomplished bluesman Shawn Pittman. His new album, Make It Right is the blues at its best.
Cherry Red release an extensive remastered version of the 1992 album In The Running by Howard Jones.