The anticipation for the new album from The Blackheart Orchestra unfolds with the new single, Under The Headlights.
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.
Talisk guitar man Graeme Armstrong on a solo venture that shows another side to the day job.
Four track EP from Christos & The Violet Crown featuring the vocal talents of Olina and the mysterious guitar of Christos.
Second album from Ceri Justice – Walk In Shadow – adds its weight to the musical legacy of Birmingham.
Drew Worthley and No Spinoza combine on ten reworked nursery rhymes.
The one man harmonica beatbox experience, Son Of Dave, in a bluesy thump, bump and wiggle.
The Jasmine Minks man Jim Shepherd gets off his arse and gives us twelve golden nuggets.
Audio visual artist and performer, Ruby Tingle, on a seductive and sensual five track EP – Lagoons.
The Met’s emerging showcase for the month partners Toria Wooff with Chloe Lawrence in a gentle acoustic double bill.
rather intriguing collaboration between the well known and the lesser so on Envy Of None.
Tired by the weight of your memories? Paul Iwan returns with a classy set of songs to ease the pain.
Pause awhile, take in the view, share the scenes from Mirabeau Bridge with Stuart Anthony and Larry Beckett.
Never anything less than interesting, here’s a new single from Bleek Noir – Is It Only Me?
The Trials continue – we catch up with the ‘new’ Trials Of Cato at The Met in Bury.
Not an April Fool spoof; it really is time for another piece of magic from Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage