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.
Nehoda – But Anyways…. The debut studio album from the Nashville rock trio. One that captures their live sound to a tee.
Fleet Foxes catch us all off guard with the surprise release of their new album, Shore. The album is a celebration of life amongst plague and chaos.
Alone by Mean Mary. Ten concise songs – all beautifully imagined and expertly executed.
What happened when The Sensational Alex Harvey Band hit the stage in Bolton in 1973. John Barlass takes us back in time.
Thoughtful, timeless and exquisite – Native Harrow take classic American Roots music to new heights.
Second album from Ryan Hamilton, the Texan Tom Petty, gives a lesson in optimism.
Richard & Linda Thompson. Two of the UK’s finest singer/songwriters ever. Their Complete Works – and more! A veritable Thompson Treasure Trove.
Delightful posthumous release from Eliza Jaye that is as full a testament to the remarkable talents of a remarkable lady as is possible to imagine.
First new album in 17 years from transplanted Californian, Zach Phillips, leaves a Peaceful, Easy Feeling.
Daniel Nestlerode combines traditional and original numbers on his excellent new album, Windrush.