The second Fightmilk album has the boisterous Britpoppery of Sleeper, the pop-punk effervescence of Sløtface and the Goth-tinged angry jangle of Desperate Journalist.
Lowering the tone since 1974. Music was my first love and it will be my last.
Kate Rusby offers a thoroughly professional production allowing us, despite being as far from the stage as we could possibly be, to feel ever so close.
Dry Cleaning release their debut long player following two stellar EP’s that did the job in whetting the whistle.
Jon Kean catches up with a live stream from Valley Maker in support of the When The Day Leaves album release.
Dave Huntriss, the Bristol-based multi-instrumentalist has been holed up in his Mum’s attic. Dreams About Rooms is the result.
Christmas without some songs from Kate Rusby wouldn’t be Christmas. Fortunately for us all, Kate and her band set up not far from home and bring some seasonal cheer.
Out digitally for a few months, John MOuse now releases The Goat in physical form on Keep Me In Your Heart Records.
IDLES follow up their rapturously received Joy As An Act Of Resistance with Ultra Mono. How does it fare?
The sea calls. Lizzy Hardingham takes inspiration from the Mersey in her new set of songs about the sea. It’s called Seven and it’s out now.
Miles Hunt – Live from his living room. Jon Kean provides a view of the alternative live experience.
Henry Jamison has released the latest single from his forthcoming EP, Tourism, featuring the celestial quartet that is Darlingside as his backing band.
Steve Harley presents the Uncovered album – there’s still a presence of that wide-eyed 1976 rebel but this is an album of “slow, autumnal, melancholic beauty.”
Arborist’s second album, A Northern View, raises the question of Northern Ireland’s troubled perspective. Jon Kean provides the insight.
Crowds amass in London for a truly festive gathering on the second of two sold out nights.
David Gedge pens Sleevenotes. What do we make of the latest in the Pomona series from artists writing about their own works?