Delightful tales of Warwickshire lives and legends – a stunning debut album from Warwick’s Ellie Gowers
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.
Widescreen debut from Toronto singer/songwriter Kyle Stephens. Dreaming is encouraged
Disturbing, confessional second album from Brighton’s Yumi And The Weather on It’s All In My Head.
Westchester County’s, oldest and best satirist, the world’s favourite six-string tragicomedian, Loudon Wainwright III visits Dublin.
Pronghorn celebrate 30 years of Cowpunk with their Glorious Twelfth (album).
Vital eighth album from New York’s multi-national Gypsy Punk ensemble, Gogol Bordello.
A deep dive into the Nordic Dark Folk world of Sowulo. The new album is Wurdiz – out on By Norse Music
Norwegian folk treasure and collaborator supreme Jonas Fjeld celebrates his 70th birthday with his first English language solo album in 23 years.
A Brighton whirlwind hits Manchester – and picks up a hoard of newly-converted Barbarettes! Barbara whipped up a storm and At The Barrier went along for the ride.
Confident second album from Dutch power-poppers Snow Coats on Alcopop! Records.
Ten short, punchy, power-pop anthems from London’s Cosmic Punk favourites, WACO
Veteran songwriter Phil Langran delivers a collision of stark intimacy and rich musical colour on Falling Light.
Lovesick Blues is the latest single from Brooklyn singer/songwriter Annie Keating – released to coincide with her forthcoming tour.
San Diego’s Master of Americana, Zach Phillips, takes a turn for the mystical on Goddaughters.
Debut album from west-country country-westerners, Concrete Prairie.