What In The World is the latest offering on the state of the world by Michael McDermott.
There’s a strong vein of Eighties polish and synth-pop on the new album, Celexa Dreams, from London quartet Kyros.
Football and folk music. An unbeatable combo and pulled into the same bed by Minnie Birch on Volume 1 of You’re Not Singing Anymore.
A shedload of albums, singles, rarities and unreleased music from the Buzzcocks archive. As usual, lovingly collated by the fine people at Cherry Red.
Self Made Man is the fifth album from Larkin Poe and it’s a stonker.
The debut EP from Uncle Greedy, The Journey To Mile 39, blends Folk-Rock and a bevvy of 60’s and 70’s influences.
Chelsea Wolfe and Jess Gowrie rejoin forces in the guise of Mrs Piss. Self-Surgery is a disturbing set of songs done on their own terms, in their own way, with no overthinking.
Vegard get a final repress of Bewithced By Moonlight Rituals courtesy of Lone Vigil Records (run by Chris Naughton of Winterfylleth).
Heartbreaker Please is the seventh studio album from Teddy Thompson, his first since 2016’s Little Windows collaboration with Kelly Jones.
The Prince back catalogue gets further reissue treatment. This batch centres on one of Prince’s lesser known (to the lay fan) creative peaks.
The sea calls. Lizzy Hardingham takes inspiration from the Mersey in her new set of songs about the sea. It’s called Seven and it’s out now.
Feel the wrath of Californian heavyweights Xibalba, showing no mercy and keeping their cultural message intact with their fourth full-length Años En Infierno.
The fortieth anniversary of Rush’s Permanent Waves is marked with a retrospective set and needless to say a trawl through the memory banks.
Strawbs fans can rejoice with the pairing of Heartbreak Hill and Burning For You in Remastered and Expanded forms.
Damon Gough aka Badly Drawn Boy, one of Britain’s finest songwriters, returns after nearly a decade with Banana Skin Shoes.