Stories Of Strangers is the excellent debut album from New Zealand progressive folk-rock group Grumblewood, out on Gravity Dream.
The man in perpetual musical motion, Frank Turner, keeps his momentum going. A reunion with his ‘buddy’ Jon Snodgrass and a very welcome sequel.
Thoroughly absorbing set of thoughtfully introspective songs from Colorado folk/roots troubadour Thomas Hine.
Paul TJ O’Neill of The Bolton Iron Maiden – Puppet Master: The Rise And Rise Of Slick Dandy: Album Review
Welcome Back. Through the wonders of time travel, Paul O’Neill picks up where The Bolton Iron Maiden left off 44 years ago.
Cellist Jo Quail reissues the haunting Five Incantations album in a beautifully packaged set.
Bold, quirky and hilarious – Portuguese songstress Rita Braga challenges and entertains on her third album.
Two Isobell Campbell re-issues from Cooking Vinyl on the back of the exceptional There Is No Other, give us a deeper understanding of her expertise and versatility.
Stage buskers’ lo-fi debut masterpiece gets the deluxe repackage treatment. New Bottles Old Medicine by Medicine Head is fifty.
On album number seven, Lunatic Soul (that’s Mariusz Duda from Riverside) explores the darkness of Slavic and Scandinavian folk. And it’s brilliant!
The Erkonauts – purveyors of chaotic prog-punk-metal – release their “most personal work to date” with I Want It To End.
Scandinavia imparts another thrilling record upon us with the second album from Dune Sea, Moons of Uranus. Expect classic Deep Purple vibes.
The War On Drugs arrives just in time to rescue us with a collection of live recordings sequenced to replicate a 70-minute set, bringing deep joy at the end of a tumultuous year.
Electronic Rhapsody from prolific Scandinavian songstress Ane Brun on her new album, After The Great Storm.
Rachel Newton pays tribute to the women who’ve inspired and shaped her on To The Awe.
Classic 1975 solo album from Yes bassman Chris Squire gets the remix treatment – and more…