Esoteric Records bring us another outstanding Al Stewart package, their third to date. The excellent Time Passages album was recorded at the latter end of the Seventies as Al was redefining his image as a musical raconteur.
The Hello Darlins deliver a classy and sophisticated wash of Canadian country-pop, with echoes of Alison Krauss guesting with Fleetwood Mac.
Eclipse deliver the goods (again) in the tired and trusted way with their eighth album showcasing their powerful Melodic Hard Rock.
Pioneers of the Canterbury sound, Caravan, show their skills have not waned over the years with a masterful new album.
Granny’s Attic go all out instrumental on album #3 – The Brickfields.
The Paradox Twin follow up The Importance Of Mr Bedlam with an album based on personal experience and laced with classic moments.
The Taylor Young Band. Jangly, urgent, light and refreshing – from Dallas, Texas, with love
The big day arrives. A new album from Wayward Sons to have fun with.
Brazilian based guitarist and singer Mario Rossi gives us a dose of quality powerful but controlled blues with his super-tight band.
Faceless Mirror are following up their incredible ‘Journey Home’ album with a batch of singles; the current one being ‘Another Night Will Fall.’
Trivium return with their tenth full length player. The epic In The Court Of The Dragon will be released via Roadrunner Records.
Vivid evocations of seasonal light states, nature, traditional rituals and more – from Mel Biggs, a master of her craft
Sun Atoms – the guise of Jsun Atoms – uses the inspiration of the Sun to concoct a groovy little collection.
The debut album from The Last Inklings. An exercise in cross pollination of the finest kind.
A duo album of piano and voice from Karine Polwart & Dave Milligan: Deceptively simple, yet devastatingly powerful