Let me see those hands. As ever, Simple Minds provide a stirring of the blood as we emerge from turbulent times.
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.
We get the chance for a quick catch up with Rosalie Cunningham ahead of her first appearance at Fairport’s Cropredy Convention.
The Magpies dance to a sprightly tune on Undertow.
A ‘first time on vinyl’ release from the Steeleye Span archives, capturing the classic lineup in a classic show.
A whole lotta revisiting involving Liverpool Philharmonic, Steve Hackett, Genesis and Foxtrot.
QUEENSRŸCHE offer up enough to prove their worth in the Prog Metal premier league.
A.A. Williams unleashes another behemoth of an album. Epic and inspirational. Record of the year material – again.
Uriah Heep mark fifty plus years of hard rocking and easy livin’ with a full evening of acoustic and electric celebration.
Here’s the new single from Thunderous Jones – Shoot To Kill – another teaser for the debut album, Stop The Show.
Steve Hackett and his ‘Foxtrot At Fifty + Hackett Highlights’ tour hits Manchester.
Ranagri take the folk tradition by the scruff of the neck.
The Space Between -Second album from Brum’s purveyors of fiery folk, Bonfire Radicals
The Coast Road heads off on an exhilarating journey led by two insanely talented musicians
Sue Harding gets up close and personal as she explores the resonance of Darkling.
Into the Great Unknown with The Blackheart Orchestra.