A trio of prog musos let their progressive hair down and go big time, old school on Allium: Una Storia
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.
Singer / songwriter / guitarist Amanda Lehmann steps into the spotlight with her first solo album.
Lifesigns release album #3 – Altitude is worth the wait. A testament to the possibilities of remote recording.
The Neal Morse Band, also now known as NMB, traverse a full spectrum of styles on Innocence & Danger.
Sam Kelly breaks the four year(!) wait for a new album. He’s back with The Lost Boys and The Wishing Tree.
Synth Proggers, Kyros, continue to embrace the new trends in the music world and offer up a set that shows off their influences.
The Gathering comes to Manchester. Frank Turner, the Souls and the travelling roadshow return to The Apollo for the first time in ten years.
Indiania duo, The Cold Stares, get very raw and very rootsy with a significant blast of unfiltered Blues Rock.
After a year off, we’re back at Underneath The Stars for another quality festival bill headed by Kate Rusby.
Thumpermonkey’s Michael Woodman goes solo with something a bit different, calling into place the expression ‘expect the unexpected’.
Hushtones follow up the promise of their Sinking single with an album that shows they’re more than just purveyors of lush pop sensibilities.
Sheffield hosts the return of the Tramlines Festival and gives a huge crowd a chance to revel in the experience of live music in a big field.
Angel Snow presents a ‘listen in one sitting’ challenge with an intimate and revealing and set of songs.
The Byford family come together on Heavy Water as they swing and swagger their way through Red Brick City.
We’re off to another festival! The family friendly folk festival curated by The Magpies looks fabulous.