The latest in the Cue Dot Records series sees Moth Effect (Andy Le Gresley) delve into the world of kosmische, loops and the joy of repetition. Simon Tucker reviews.
Jo Quail joins Supervøid in to create and dark, dense and suitably intense trip through The Great Nothing.
CSNY’s magnum opus, Deja Vu, gets the 50th anniversary deluxe reissue treatment – with a treasure trove of alternative versions and works in progress.
A fully realised conceptual record exploring the early stages of loss from Acolyte
A reformed Goodbye Mr Mackenzie unleash a live album, that demonstrates again, what a great live and musically unique band they are, and why we have missed them so much.
TV icon, Matt Berry, shows the right way to recreate 60s psychedelia on his latest long player; The Blue Elephant.
High quality blues from accomplished bluesman Shawn Pittman. His new album, Make It Right is the blues at its best.
Phil Matthews, aka The Village, takes us on a trip down Memory Lane on his new album.
Paul Hutchinson gives another demonstration of how to use your lockdown time productively
Procol Harum use lockdown to recapture that classic sound
Gnoss – a quartet of insanely gifted Scots youngsters whose second album lulls and ignites.
Hunter plays out some delightful reflections from Christina Alden and Alex Patterson, on our relationship with the natural world
Slovakian-Norwegian orchestra Angrusori releases its debut album, Live At Tou.
The second Fightmilk album has the boisterous Britpoppery of Sleeper, the pop-punk effervescence of Sløtface and the Goth-tinged angry jangle of Desperate Journalist.
Not the 2021 Winter Tour – But a brilliant memento of Fairport Convention’s last show pre-lockdown