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.
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 Wilderness Yet, a new folk trio but with some familiar names, present an colourful array of original and traditional folk songs and tunes.
Back in 1971, Barclay James Harvest released their …and Other Short Stories album. The remastered and expanded version goes up to date with 5.1 and stereo remixes and a handful of period recordings.
Sunshine Walkers, subtitled The Best Of Kimberley Rew and Lee Cave-Berry, does what it says on the tin and gives a mere tip of the iceberg overview of some highlights from the career of an unsung hero of British popular music.
Neal Morse, Mike Portnoy and Randy George come up with the third volume of cover versions as well as rounding up their three efforts into a full anthology.
We’re enjoying reading Jordan Blum’s analysis of the music of Prog Metal giants Dream Theater in the latest On Track addition to the bookshelves.
How have Manchester’s adopted sons, the great musical hope The Blinders, followed the monolith that was Colombia?
Three years since their 2017 release Made Of Breath Only, Australian instrumental Post Rock trio sleepmakeswaves return with a three EP extravaganza.
Massive Wagons follow up Full Nelson with House Of Noise. Another rip-snorter that redefines what we mean by British values. Out on Earache Records.
Having been impressed with their Depth Of Field album at the end of 2019, Kaprekar’s Constant delight us with an interim ‘no frills’ four track EP while they do the spadework for the next album.
No Place Like tomorrow – a solo album from Virginia Kettle, “the creative heart of Merry Hell,” that promises everything from Joni Mitchell to Victoria Wood.
San Francisco’s The Residents offer up an album based on the works of long-lost bluesman Alvin ‘Dyin’ Dog’ Snow.
2017’s Rising album by Goldray was a terrific psych fest. Proof that lightning can strike twice, Kenwyn House and Leah Rasmussen are back with a tremendous second album in Feel The Change.
“This album is me, at home,” says Charlie Barnes of Last Night’s Glitter. It sums up this subtle and refined little collection rather well. Out on InsideOut Music.
Lemurian Folk Songs – not what you may expect. The psychedelic blues quartet from Hungary release their second album Logos. Close your eyes and let your mind expand….