Ricky Warwick is a busy man. Great to hear his earthy tones on the new solo release that holds a few surprises.
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 two Pauls are Les Pauls and their Belief album carries both a spiritual and a more irreverent message.
Pat and Deborah Mastelotto seek out the pink in the King Crimson catalogue.
Classic live Dio getting a decent release. Evil Or Divine and Holy Diver Live. The first two releases in the Dio Live series.
Ian Jones and Agnieszka Swita are Illuminae. A new project for two musicians who have healthy CVs and a guestlist to die for.
On Track take the work of The Move, Wizzard and ELO as its next venture. James R Turner confesses to raiding his parent’s record collection as he goes in deep with Roy Wood
GU-RU offer up a fizzing Acid House remix of their Teach Me track. Three and a bit minutes of jigging about might have you needing an encore.
Luke Concannon returns with a solo album with an enigmatic title that sways between the emotions
Time on your hands? Paint the shed? Mow the lawn? Not Luke Jackson. Unable to be out on the road chasing his hope and dreams, Luke and his compadres conjure up a set of new songs.
A mandolin, electric and acoustic guitar instrumental work by Broon. Bizarrely, Cosmic Ceilidh is also one for the Rush fans to investigate.
Here’s a musician who’s worth keeping an eye on on 2021. Remember the name – Megan Dixon Hood.
The Transatlantic mothership takes flight once more as the quartet takes Progressive Rock to new levels with their versions of The Absolute Universe.
Fraternity? Bon Scott’s pre-AC/DC band have their two albums and a disc of rarities packed up by Grape Organisation.
Blair Dunlop at his absolute best on a live album from his tour of Queensland armed with just an acoustic guitar.
Another shedload of post classic Buzzcocks live material from the archive. As usual, Cherry Red do the honours.