The latest offering from the Hawkwind archives is a set of BBC live and session recordings from 1985-1995.
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.
In true Prog Rock fashion, Kaprekar’s Constant tackles a mighty concept – the conquest of the Eiger.
Von Hertzen Brothers on a new prog tinged but genre defying collection.
Shaman’s Harvest return with a brooding new set that proves a triumph over adversity.
Sweden’s Port Noir delve deeper to discover a darker yet instantly recognisable alternative to their signature sound.
Absence makes the heart grow fonder. Leveret are back at The Met.
Led by an inspired Kavus Torabi, Gong bring a groovy cosmic sack full of love and energy to Manchester for an immersive experience.
Simon J Jones and Ladybird books – a marriage made in heaven. The Harp & A Monkey man on solo debut.
Dutch trio Klangstof evolves their sound in a most relaxing fashion. Mainly.
And then there were four. Naxatras expand on album IV.
At last, it’s the Ward XVI Metamorphosis tour. The inmates gather in Wigan…
Third album from Folk-Noir-ists, Bird In The Belly, continues to break new ground.
Wanna whole lotta love? Beth Hart does Led Zeppelin – gonna make you sweat, gonna make you groove.
More stuff from Corey Taylor that he doesn’t get to indulge in with Slipknot.
Dom Prag takes his classical sound into the folk realm with an intense set.