Cherry Red Records excel themselves with this new 3CD compilation of the sounds which, collectively, comprised the London Pub Rock scene of the mid-1970s.
XOXO is the 11th album from Minnesota’s The Jayhawks, their first since 2018’s Back Roads And Abandoned Motels. Musically diverse, well-crafted songs and quality production make this a must-listen.
The full album debut from Country star Jaime Wyatt , Neon Cross on New West Records, is a scorcher.
Twang by The James Oliver Band is a set of 11 no-nonsense, good, honest, back-to-roots rockers, played with passion and great good humour.
What In The World is the latest offering on the state of the world by Michael McDermott.
Self Made Man is the fifth album from Larkin Poe and it’s a stonker.
Heartbreaker Please is the seventh studio album from Teddy Thompson, his first since 2016’s Little Windows collaboration with Kelly Jones.
Strawbs fans can rejoice with the pairing of Heartbreak Hill and Burning For You in Remastered and Expanded forms.
The third album from Ben Kunder – Searching For The Stranger -is one that matches if not surpasses some of his most recent acclaimed work.
When The Time Is Right is a beautiful sign-off from John Cee Stannard. A marvellous musician and achieved with the help of a fantastic band.
We found a lovely short collection of bright, fresh, jaunty songs on the Storm Sessions EP by astrid.
Amsterdam Moon by The Coo is a short collection of five simple, home-made beautifully contemplative songs recorded live in April 2019 in a former synagogue in Amsterdam.
Lucinda Williams is back with a tremendous new album and she’s angry. Very angry. Good Souls Better Angels is an absolute classic.
Our man John takes us back into the Time Tunnel and to a time when he shook the shackles of pop music for the experimental side of the coin and ended up seeing Captain Beefheart in Manchester in 1973.
Irish singer songwriter, Ultan Conlon delivers a quality and highly enjoyable fourth album in There’s A Waltz.