Olias Of Sunhillow by Jon Anderson – arguably the best of the Yes solo albums that sprung out as the band took a break in 1975/6
John Smith makes the most of a difficult period from a professional and personal perspective and in The Fray, delivers a painstaking musical account of the times.
Matt Loveridge returns with a new album under his MXLX moniker. An album that nearly never was. Simon Tucker reviews.
Canadian singer songwriter Ariana Fig releases her new EP, Taboo. It contains four songs full of warm synths and plenty of 80’s nostalgia.
Synth genius Wavewulf releases electrifying new album Space Art And Angels. A journey through every realm of space, time and life.
A. A. Williams serves up a brilliant selection of wonderful covers recorded during lockdown in her own inimitable style.
The third album from the Folk/Americana duo of Will and Angie, known collectively as Oka Vanga
Flawless concert recording and a genuine time capsule for those of us who were there when Frank Zappa hit Manchester in 1979
Gentle songs for the coming summer from transplanted Englishman, Steve Robinson on the Swallowing The Sun album.
Simon Collins’ Becoming Human is an incredible release that’s not only important to Simon’s world but to the progressive rock industry too.
The latest release from Cue Dot Records finds musician Veryan exploring feelings and associations that come with a sense of belonging.
The Field Songs of Jamaica brought to vibrant life by Edward II.
Mork with their fifth album Katedralen have created a ferocious and unsettling take on the black metal genre.
The authentic sound of 1930s Chicago, via Groningen, NL and on the debut album from Them Dirty Dimes.
Steely, soulful rejections of social injustice from Israel Nash