“Stargazers ready!!” A handful of images from a couple of days spent Underneath The Stars (in a tent) in South Yorkshire.
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.
Glass Knight sees Joshua Burnell head on an apocalyptic astral adventure.
Expert merchants of all things Doom, Red Spektor juggle their signature style with blues, psych and metal on 3.
“The sound of Summer.” Out on 11th August is the new single from Alex Hart., Strangers And Lovers.
We head across to Yorkshire for a couple of days at the Underneath The Stars festival.
Jimmy Regal & The Royals stick to their roots while embroidering with an influence or several.
McHale’s Permanent Brew channel classic influences on their second album.
The return of The Beatrix Players . Living & Alive is s delicacy to be savoured.
A thoroughly wild and wonderful set from the quirky crew at The Fierce & The Dead.
Karnataka return with a stunner. Is Requiem From A Dream worth the wait? You bet!
Gaskets are blown in a fearsome Hard Rock whirlwind with Airbourne and Black Spiders.
The Cold Light Of Day debut from The Cold Blooded Hearts takes several detours from the hard road.
We have a quick browse of what’s on the schedule for the 2023 Underneath The Stars Festival.
The Neal Morse Band go big as they perform the latest album plus a lorryload of Prog for an encore.
Prog visionaries Big Big Train with more grand designs on Ingenious Devices.