The third album from the Folk/Americana duo of Will and Angie, known collectively as Oka Vanga
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 review three more books as the On Track authors plot the every album, every song output of Renaissance, Dire Straits and Kate Bush.
We catch up on a live stream from folk icon Seth Lakeman whose Freedom Fields is fifteen years old. A good enough reason for a party.
Manchester folk-rock singer-songwriter Toria Wooff has a new single and with plans afoot for this to be only the start, her take on the sound of Elton John via the Floyd, stirs the soul.
The Magpie Arc release EP3; another splendid four track collection. They’re a gift that keeps giving.
Rakes & Misfits finds Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne makes the concertina sexy.
Jon Boden revisits the themes explored on Songs From The Floodplain and Afterglow as his ‘climate change trilogy’ comes to a conclusion.
The Alarm release WAЯ – an album written, recorded and released in 50 days between January 6th and February 26th 2021.
Ninebarrow craft another exquisite collection of music inspired by nature
KOYO frontman Huw Edwards shows off his his lockdown project, Huwbergine. We’re promised a blast of triumphant electro-pop (with guitars).
Remote Bass is a brand new studio project from bassist Ben Adey and producer Tim Scott. A cocktail of gentle funk, soul and hip hop beats on Impossible.
A weekend at ‘gig TV’ with Norwegian Prog Metallers Leprous as they showcase their most recent two albums with full run throughs of each record, one per night.
The final Be Bop Deluxe album, Drastic Plastic is truly Plastic Fantastic, making its bow to complete an excellent reissue series.
Powertrippin’ – the chart bothering third album from The Almighty gets a reboot.
A dose of life affirming Rock And Roll from The Pretty Reckless