Uplifting and enjoyable – Los Angeles duo, Thee Holy Brothers, tell the story of Sparkle’s spiritual quest.
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.
Grab a beer, sit back, and watch the sun set as the Pacific laps around your feet. BJ Cole brings Hawaii to your living room
½ dove – ½ pigeon is the debut album from art-punk combo Micko & The Mellotronics.
Chilly Gonzales presents lounge piano variations on a flurry of Christmas favourites – with a twist!
Masterful slice of transatlantic roots music from Scottish/Canadian Ensemble led by Ewan Macintyre.
Those Lovell sisters bring fun and pleasure to a locked-down world with their new album of classic covers. We review Kindred Spirits by Larkin Poe.
How did we get to hear the music we loved back in the late 60s and early 70s, when it was never played on the radio and we were too impoverished to buy full-priced albums? By buying SAMPLERS – that’s how!
Delightful Seasonal offering from the Guv’nor – Ashley Hutchings – guaranteed to stop Christmas from misfiring
Thoroughly absorbing set of thoughtfully introspective songs from Colorado folk/roots troubadour Thomas Hine.
Paul TJ O’Neill of The Bolton Iron Maiden – Puppet Master: The Rise And Rise Of Slick Dandy: Album Review
Welcome Back. Through the wonders of time travel, Paul O’Neill picks up where The Bolton Iron Maiden left off 44 years ago.
Bold, quirky and hilarious – Portuguese songstress Rita Braga challenges and entertains on her third album.
Mature Americana from Brighton’s lady-to-watch Hayley Ross. Her new EP, Moving All Around is out on Barracuda Recordings.
Stage buskers’ lo-fi debut masterpiece gets the deluxe repackage treatment. New Bottles Old Medicine by Medicine Head is fifty.
Electronic Rhapsody from prolific Scandinavian songstress Ane Brun on her new album, After The Great Storm.
Classic 1975 solo album from Yes bassman Chris Squire gets the remix treatment – and more…