Tent Of Miracles from 1990 finds the thirteenth album by Spirit reissued in an expanded format with a live show from Amsterdam as the added bonus.
Pokey LaFarge returns with his new album, Rock Bottom Rhapsody; a personal story of getting to the bottom of the glass and beyond.
The dark folk/black metal crossover of Myrkur immerses us in traditional Scandinavian storytelling that has a resonance with our modern world.
Faceless Mirror deliver a blues/country/classic rock album with Journey Home that certainly tickles our fancy.
Phil Saatchi releases Sun Come Up which showcases the many strings to his bow.
Formed in 2010, by composer and guitarist Filippos Gougoumis The Oneira has built up a solid reputation. Injection is their newest Prog inspired opus.
The Inspector Cluzo nip across from Gascony and don’t quite destroy Manchester but do some damage to an innocent drum kit.
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.