DROTT – the Ulver/Enslaved combo – explores a sonic landscape of light and dark on Orcus.
Songs of the desert, the ranch and the road. Ross Cooper – The Lubbock Rodeo Rider – is back!
In a career over three decades Mostly Autumn release what’s arguably a highlight of their legacy.
The BABYMETAL juggernaut continues to roll forward with a celebration of their shows at the legendary Budokan.
Multinational retro-blues-rockers with a modernist twist present their scorching studio debut. Here’s Wanted by Five Points Gang.
The expanded and remastered Time Honoured Ghosts – here’s Barclay James Harvest from 1975.
An alt-folk exploration from Justin Bernasconi – with virtuoso guitar as an added bonus.
Expanded reissue of the breathtaking debut album from Leeds guitar virtuoso Jon Gomm.
Pilgrimage Of The Soul, the eleventh album from Mono, is a perfect exercise in restful and powerful moods.
Steve Hackett punctuates his ongoing Genesis based live shows with another class solo work.
Carcass return with the follow up to Surgical Steel. Torn Arteries is another blood soaked album of gore infused melodic death metal.
Hamish Hawk releases an incredible new album, that marks the emergence of a supremely gifted musician, singer and writer.
Country contrarians from the Catskills, the Felice Brothers, keep ’em coming, still like nothing or nobody else out there. Like that’s a good thing, and, unmistakably, it is.
Timeless, feelgood music from The Bean Pickers Union that embraces, with rapture, as many styles of American country infused rock as you can shake a leg at. And probably will.
Spiers & Boden return with a set of scrubbed up traditional songs with a joyous edge.