The Wall Chargers’ former frontman, Landon Lloyd Miller, goes it alone – in his own sparse, intimate way
Edinburgh-based singer-songwriter Calum Mason takes a break from his current musical connections to release a fascinating groundbreaking album Panopticon.
Ultimate remaster of Classic 1976 album from Ireland’s National Treasures, Andy Irvine and Paul Brady.
Moch by Dlù – the Gaels adept at re-skinning the cat into feisty new directions.
And then there were four. Naxatras expand on album IV.
Today Today Tomorrow. Five years in the making, a chrysalis of hope from Ren Lawton.
Twelve Dreams Of Dr. Sardonicus by Spirit, is their 1970 masterpiece, and is now available in a newly expanded and remastered deluxe edition.
Oysterband break their 8-year drought of wholly new material with a joyous deluge on Read The Sky.
Third album from Folk-Noir-ists, Bird In The Belly, continues to break new ground.
Wanna whole lotta love? Beth Hart does Led Zeppelin – gonna make you sweat, gonna make you groove.
More stuff from Corey Taylor that he doesn’t get to indulge in with Slipknot.
Stunning new collection from Gloucestershire’s supreme singer, songwriter, composer, anthologist and broadcaster, Johnny Coppin.
Dom Prag takes his classical sound into the folk realm with an intense set.
Prolific New Zealand singer/songwriter, Jamie McDell, releases a self titled album to add to her already well received musical catalogue.
UK Blues Artist of the Year, Elles Bailey, takes a soulful turn.