Songs of love and friendship, motherhood, the natural world and the night sky – the debut from Lauren South is a restorative for jaded times.
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.
Fresh, vibrant and full of joy. Newfoundland singer/songwriter and Great Big Sea frontman Alan Doyle is back, and he’s raring to go.
Evocative and dreamy soundscapes on the debut album from Cardiff-based lo-fi alt-folk purveyors Muriel.
Breathtaking arrangements of the music of Ireland, Sweden, Finland, Brittany and beyond from harpist Lily Neill and cellist Vesa Norilo. Ever wondered what a harp and a cello can achieve together??
When We Fly -Album No.2 from Belgian brothers Hartwin and Ward Dhoore, aka Siger.
Yet another Zappa 50th Anniversary celebration. This time, it’s the turn of Overnite Sensation, the definitive ‘Gateway to Zappa’ album.
Astute observations of the human psyche – dressed in a poppy MOR gown, courtesy of Cork singer-songwriter Cormac O Coaimh.
Widescreen prog, some disturbing recollections and a dose of black humour – there’s lots to take in on the new album from Airbridge.
First solo album in six years from The Mystic Beatle’s only offspring is a venture into gothic electronica.
Traditional Northumbrian songs and tunes brought bang up to date by award-winning electro-folk artist Frankie Archer.
New single from Barbara – Master Narrative goes under the ATB microscope.
A deep, respectful and thoroughly engaging sweep through the music of John Renbourn – conducted by John’s long-term associate, Clive Carroll.
Instantly enjoyable, well-produced and musically intriguing. The fifth album from New South Wales’ Angus Gill ticks the boxes.
Breezy pop with a purpose – the debut album from former Candy Heart Mariel Loveland’s latest venture. Best Ex has a lot to say for itself.
Escape, intimacy and self-reconciliation. Isle of Wight artist Ben Stubbs offers mature music and lyrics for those experienced in the business of living.