The Carrivick Sisters – Charlotte and Laura – bring bluegrass into the West country on Illustrated Short Stories.
Electric folk music continues to demonstrate quite how much life is left in the genre, Henry Parker at the forefront of a new renaissance.
Old dogs, new tricks? Don’t believe a word, of course you can!
May your heart be filled with peace! Grandiosity rules! Devin Townsend and the clarion call to positivity.
Luke Daniels and The Cobhers, staying alive and getting groovy with a folk/disco thang.
Life’s a hairy peach? Massive Wagons doing what they do best, letting rip on Triggered!
No More The Green Hills – the debut album from Janice Burns and Jon Doran reveals an intimate and delicately played collection.
The continuing adventures in the collaboration between Buck and Haines blossoms as they ponder some of life’s deep and meaningful issues…
West coast textures continue further to permeate this Lancastrian’s studio wizardry, without quite clipping his Byrds-y wings.
Lizzy Hardingham’s latest examines concepts such as self, nature and community and the impact on the mental health of the modern-day musician.
Swirling and sophisticated homage to the 60s/70s, brushed up by the US ex-pat duo and given an anglo filter that makes the retro just right.
The Family man’s solo adventures continue: Installment 2 in the Cherry Red/Esoteric Roger Chapman reissue programme
Glorious reframing of her own idiosyncratic selection of choice cuts from the songbook of Eliza Carthy.
Cherry Red Records release a rock treat with a Snakecharmer anthology package. Stomping riff laden rock at its best from rock’s elite.
Special reissue of 2020 album from Buena Vista Social Club kingpin, Eliades Ochoa