Accessible, ambitious fifth solo outing from illustrious indie illustrator, Jamie Lenman
John has been a music obsessive since he first heard 'Love Me Do' seeping out of the family radio in 1962. he spent a career in the rail industry before turning back to his first love of music. He plays bass guitar and melodeon, loves folk/rock and lives in Warwick.
Cherry Red takes a deep dive into the mystic realm of acid folk – and lives to tell the tale.
Britain’s favourite Folkestra made their welcome return to live performance last week. We were there!
Joyous, juicy jangles from Grimsby’s indie-rockers, Indigo Bay on their new EP – After Dark.
News of the new single coming next week from Barbara which we’ll be featuring on the site. They’ll be ‘Waiting Outside Alone’….
The Family man’s solo adventures continue: Installment 2 in the Cherry Red/Esoteric Roger Chapman reissue programme
We were deeply saddened today to learn of the death of Graham Davies – yet another stalwart member of that thriving 1970s Bolton music scene.
Old, New, Borrowed, Blue and all the hits. Show Of Hands are on tour, in Birmingham, and Miranda Sykes is back on board!
Special reissue of 2020 album from Buena Vista Social Club kingpin, Eliades Ochoa
Virtuosos Williams and Walsh get their heads together – and the sparks fly!
Field Medic – Grow Your Hair Long if You’re Wanting to See Something That You Can Change: Album Review
Lo-fi songs of brooding and self-reflection from LA-based songwriter Field Medic.
Intimate expressions of summer vibrancy from Phoenix, Arizona siren – Courtney Marie Andrews.
Pulled Apart By Horses return – in stripped-back form – for triumphant 5th album
We catch up with the Annie Keating steamroller as it bustled into Saltaire.
Deluxe six disc compilation of Pentangle’s “middle” period from Cherry Red.