What happened when The Sensational Alex Harvey Band hit the stage in Bolton in 1973. John Barlass takes us back in time.
Thoughtful, timeless and exquisite – Native Harrow take classic American Roots music to new heights.
Second album from Ryan Hamilton, the Texan Tom Petty, gives a lesson in optimism.
Richard & Linda Thompson. Two of the UK’s finest singer/songwriters ever. Their Complete Works – and more! A veritable Thompson Treasure Trove.
Delightful posthumous release from Eliza Jaye that is as full a testament to the remarkable talents of a remarkable lady as is possible to imagine.
First new album in 17 years from transplanted Californian, Zach Phillips, leaves a Peaceful, Easy Feeling.
Daniel Nestlerode combines traditional and original numbers on his excellent new album, Windrush.
Being described simply as a singer-songwriter only provides the merest hint of the layers of paradox and enigma that lie within the grooves of Last Of The Sun – the new album from Lucy Feliz.
At last! The full story of the horror that was the Krumlin Festival – Just in time for the festival’s 50th Anniversary.
Chris Leslie uses his time in lock down to release a new album that’s half instrumental, half vocal; half self-composed, half trad-arr.
Creedence Clearwater Revival’s 1970 Masterwork gets the remaster treatment celebrating the 50th Anniversary of its original release
Courtney Marie Andrews delivers a stunning collection of bittersweet breakup songs on her third full length album.
A collection of truly excellent songs, beautifully performed by an exceptional talent. Saskia asks Are You Listening?
Three brand new remixes from the acclaimed avant-folk guitarist and songwriter Ian Carr & The Various Artists’ new album I Like Your Taste In Music.
Fairport’s Cropredy Convention is a staple of the UK festival circuit. We believe it’s the best. Here are ten reasons why.