Where else but an album by The Tangent, would you find a cross between ELP, Steely Dan, The Isley Brothers, Aphex Twin, National Health and Rose Royce? That’s Auto Reconaissance.
The Waterboys return with an album rich in colour. Good Luck, Seeker is an album that will enrapture fans of this already great band.
Jon Anderson (Yes vocalist) and a huge cast come together on the 1000 Hands album.
Chris Leslie uses his time in lock down to release a new album that’s half instrumental, half vocal; half self-composed, half trad-arr.
Levellers return with their first new album proper in eight years. The Brighton folk punks deliver a masterclass with a poignant mesage.
Creedence Clearwater Revival’s 1970 Masterwork gets the remaster treatment celebrating the 50th Anniversary of its original release
Kate Rusby enlists the help of the family with a collection of cover versions on Hand Me Down that hold a few surprises.
Few have been brave enough to dedicate a whole album of Dylan songs like Emma Swift. Blonde On The Tracks meets the challenge head on.
Stuart Anthony and Larry Beckett continue their collaboration with words and music inspired by Amelia Earhart on Risk Is Music.
Courtney Marie Andrews delivers a stunning collection of bittersweet breakup songs on her third full length album.
A collection of truly excellent songs, beautifully performed by an exceptional talent. Saskia asks Are You Listening?
That Joe Payne, or is it ‘that’ Joe Payne, but never just ordinary Joe Payne. The showman puts on a show on the grand opulence of By Name. By Nature.
Expect the unexpected. The evolution of Jaye Jayle continues with an ambitious leap of faith into electronic music making that’s a far cry from the hypnotic No Trail And Other Unholy Paths.
Listening to Forever Blue, it’s impossible to believe A. A. Williams only made her stage debut in 2019. Forever Blue is a truly astounding piece of work for a debut album.
A Cherry Red three-disc collection from The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal 1978-1986. A reminder of a classic period for rock music and of how difficult it was to say NWOBHM…