Hidden States – the artist formerly known as County Line Runner – picks up his post-pandemic thread.
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.
Delightful short collection from wave-making Suffolk-Surrey songstress, Hannah Scott.
A sublime blend of country, rock and Little Feat-style southern funk. The new album from Nashville singer-songwriter Gwil Owen is an all-round triumph
More from the Zappa archives – this time it’s a pair of 1980 shows from New York and Munich
Album and tour news from the Annie Keating camp…
Competent, convincing lexicon of Americana from Dutch/Deutsch trio, La Ratte on the Astray album.
The story of Pablo the cocaine-guzzling black bear of Northern Georgia – as recounted by Carolina’s Americana stalwarts, Yarn.
The first three albums from Trapeze – “The finest three-piece band never to make it,” plus live recordings
And once again, The Bus Rolls On. Fairport’s 2023 Winter Tour is up and running. We caught up with the entourage at Solihull’s Core Theatre.
Intricate and accomplished debut album from Liverpool alt-pop experimentalists, Real Terms.
Debut album from Parisian post-noise outfit, Cosse. Prepare to be challenged and amazed.
The epic second movement of London-based Brisbanite MF Tomlinson’s magnum opus.
An old friend returns – with familiar songs in a new format. Sean Taylor and his band are live and cooking.
Could this be the ONE? The latest offering from Sunny War may just be the big breakthrough…
Gritty, hardcore messaging on the debut album from Bristol post-garage punks, the Holy Popes.