Some Roots-infused Americana, and a whole lot more on the third album from British seven piece, Fine Lines.
Mike has been photographing and writing about bands going back many years. A former writer and Reviews Editor on Louder Than War as well as several online music blogs, he also contributes to Fireworks and to Powerplay Rock & Metal magazines.
The Georgia Thunderbolts give raw and rootsy Southern Rock & Soul a good name.
The SEIMS juggernaut of experimental Post/Math Rock hits a peak with some stunning creations on the new album, Four.
The Pineapple Thief provide us with another excuse to fill the shelves with another mighty fine product – the Nothing But The Truth live document.
The fifth album from Shanty Punksters Skinny Lister is a kaleidoscope of styles and influences given the the familiar treatment.
The 2007 album from The Cult, expanded with a disc of bonus material. Astbury and Duffy, friends briefly reunited.
Composer, filmmaker and producer Brick Briscoe goes balls out rock and roll on his new album
Andy Bell and Vince Clarke are on top form on the first of two ‘due to public demand’ nights for Erasure at Manchester Apollo.
We catch The Pineapple Thief in Manchester at the start of a new European tour.
Eclipse deliver the goods (again) in the tired and trusted way with their eighth album showcasing their powerful Melodic Hard Rock.
Granny’s Attic go all out instrumental on album #3 – The Brickfields.
The Paradox Twin follow up The Importance Of Mr Bedlam with an album based on personal experience and laced with classic moments.
The big day arrives. A new album from Wayward Sons to have fun with.
The new EP from Bleek Noir features Strange Singalongs. “So what’s new?” you may ask. Read on…
Elbow round off their UK tour with three nights in arguably their favourite room. We’re with them in the middle of the three night residency.