Veteran Aussie rockers, Midnight Oil, make powerful statement in support of Aboriginal land rights on their new album.
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.
All the hits, and more, from re-formed, revitalized AOR megastars, the Eagles.
A unique mix of warmth and virtuosity from Blackpool-born acoustic guitar supremo, Jon Gomm.
I Could Have Made A Child – an intriguing melodic sadcore collection from Elly Kellner to brighten up your day.
Ben Harper releases a cracker at the end of 2020. An evocative tribute in sound to the lap-steel virtuoso’s favourite locations.
Laura Fell releases Safe From Me; an exquisite debut from London-based singer-songwriter who is a trained psychotherapist.
The Bolton Iron Maiden are on their way back. We caught up with ever-present bandmember, Paul O’Neill, to find out more.
The Bolton Iron Maiden are set to return with an album of new material following their 2006 release, Maiden Flight.
The Marriage examine love and relationships, from meeting to parting to recrimination to recovery.
Disorientating, chilling, dark and dramatic. A Man With A Gun Lives Here, the new album from Italy’s Ho.Bo, is a lot of fun!
Beautiful Resilience is a strong debut from proud Heartland Rock standard bearer John Rowdy.
Canadian troubadour Scott Cook takes us on a long and happy road trip on Tangle Of Souls.
Morrison Hotel. An expanded celebration of The Doors’ 1970 return to form.
Masters of Celtic Fusion, The Celtic Social Club, return with expanded UK release of their stunning third album; From Babylon To Avalon.
London-based duo, Ferris & Sylvester, about to make further waves with their new EP, I Should Be On A Train.