Steely, soulful rejections of social injustice from Israel Nash
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.
Soul Power ’68 is a genuine time capsule packed with 42 gems from Rocksteady’s Golden Year of ’68.
Rousing songs of booze and rebellion from reinvigorated Aussie Celtic punks The Rumjacks on their new album, Hestia.
Second solo outing for Winnipeg’s “Laidback Springsteen”, Ariel Posen.
Simmering, shimmering and shivering guitar from the German guitar maestro Zed Marshall on his Route 69 album.
When The Day Leaves by Valley Maker offers contemplative songs to rebalance the uncertainty of our times
Collected songs of contentment from the career of Bridport songwriter, Peter James Millson.
Long-lost live recording of the John Renbourn Group resurfaces to charm new listeners and long standing fans alike.
Engaging… Unsettling… Otherworldly… An intimate collection from Lower East Side Manhattan and Eamon O’Leary.
Dave Cousins and Co find a productive use for lockdown with a brand new Strawbs album.
We go back to the Seventies with Glam Queens And Street Urchins. It’s Glam, Jim, but maybe not as you know it!
Immerse yourself in the widescreen Imagery from Brooklyn guitar virtuoso Ryan Dugré.
Tele Novella presents Cowboys and Broadway – with a psychedelic twist!
Enigmatic, quirky, confident and ambitious – that’s the new 21st Century Indie collection from CYHSY
Lewis brings us Inside. The sound of the Apocalypse!