Former It Bites man Francis Dunnery in new guise – finally waking up to blues, blues and more blues…
Evocative and dreamy soundscapes on the debut album from Cardiff-based lo-fi alt-folk purveyors Muriel.
News of the forthcoming album – Charcoal Grace – from Caligula’s Horse. Quality Prog Metal, teased with new single Golem.
Honey And The Bear, with a strong supporting cast, bring another collection of joy and light.
Barclay James Harvest’s album Baby James Harvest receives the positive re-evaluation it rightly deserves in this new box set.
When We Fly -Album No.2 from Belgian brothers Hartwin and Ward Dhoore, aka Siger.
It’s hard to teach new tricks to young dogs, but these guys could. The Hunch, Yorkshire’s new kids on the block.
Jo Quail releases the spellbinding Invocation/Supplication through By Norse Music. One sure to have the tongues of discerning music fans of all tastes wagging.
An exhilarating new talent from their bottomless pit of amazing young bluesmen. Kingfish is Live In London.
Exquisite! More glorious gloomy songs “in the key of Fife” from King Creosote. Out now on Domino Records.
Astute observations of the human psyche – dressed in a poppy MOR gown, courtesy of Cork singer-songwriter Cormac O Coaimh.
Wilfully avoiding the mainstream, Edgar Broughton remains resolutely underground and genre curious. Welcome back!
Widescreen prog, some disturbing recollections and a dose of black humour – there’s lots to take in on the new album from Airbridge.
The Pleasures add their own edge to the Americana template on the debut release.
Gong – forever evolving – keeping the teapot flying on Unending Ascending.