We have a lengthy chat with Tim Bowness as he releases his new album Late Night Laments on insideOut Music.
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.
Where else but an album by The Tangent, would you find a cross between ELP, Steely Dan, The Isley Brothers, Aphex Twin, National Health and Rose Royce? That’s Auto Reconaissance.
Holy Moly! – The latest release that adds to a healthy catalogue of psychedelic blues-rock from Blues Pills.
Three track EP packed with progressive/art rock sounds from the four piece instrumental band from Siberia, So Far As I Know.
Jon Anderson (Yes vocalist) and a huge cast come together on the 1000 Hands album.
Kate Rusby enlists the help of the family with a collection of cover versions on Hand Me Down that hold a few surprises.
Stuart Anthony and Larry Beckett continue their collaboration with words and music inspired by Amelia Earhart on Risk Is Music.
That Joe Payne, or is it ‘that’ Joe Payne, but never just ordinary Joe Payne. The showman puts on a show on the grand opulence of By Name. By Nature.
Expect the unexpected. The evolution of Jaye Jayle continues with an ambitious leap of faith into electronic music making that’s a far cry from the hypnotic No Trail And Other Unholy Paths.
Listening to Forever Blue, it’s impossible to believe A. A. Williams only made her stage debut in 2019. Forever Blue is a truly astounding piece of work for a debut album.
A Cherry Red three-disc collection from The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal 1978-1986. A reminder of a classic period for rock music and of how difficult it was to say NWOBHM…
Some new material from the wonderfully bizarre Bleek Noir. New songs and instrumental versions make up Bite Thy Pigsty.
Their first album for thirty years, post punk influencers The Psychedelic Furs return with the obligatory same but different offering.
Going right back to their roots, Drever, O’Rourke and Green strip Lau back to what many believe they do best with some unplugged recordings.
The Wilderness Yet, a new folk trio but with some familiar names, present an colourful array of original and traditional folk songs and tunes.