Lewis brings us Inside. The sound of the Apocalypse!
Haunted Streets sees the long awaited return of the Co. Laois troubadour Davie Furey.
Love & Loss from Steady Rollin is jam packed with adrenaline and character; play this one loud!
This collection of blues styles from Kat Danser won’t get you down but provide a much-needed lift with polished music and poignant lyrics at the beginning of the year.
The effervescent duo of Black Pistol Fire use synched bass and electronic drums to enhance their blend of stomping experimental rock.
The two Pauls are Les Pauls and their Belief album carries both a spiritual and a more irreverent message.
Early demos collection from master satirist, Rich Krueger on the Troth Sessions.
Pat and Deborah Mastelotto seek out the pink in the King Crimson catalogue.
Tenth studio album from Glasgow, Scotland’s Mogwai sees the band break new ground whilst retaining what makes them the revered band they are. Simon Tucker reviews.
Django Django return with their fourth long player in the form of Glowing In The Dark; released 12th February via Because Music.
Classic live Dio getting a decent release. Evil Or Divine and Holy Diver Live. The first two releases in the Dio Live series.
Eclectic Californian veteran Rick Shea brings us songs with stories, and some sublime guitar on the Love & Desperation album.
Eleven divine contemplations from Karen Matheson, the Voice of Capercaillie
Ian Jones and Agnieszka Swita are Illuminae. A new project for two musicians who have healthy CVs and a guestlist to die for.
From a burst of Joy grows a thing of great beauty – we review The Cave by Joy Shannon.