Django Django return with their fourth long player in the form of Glowing In The Dark; released 12th February via Because Music.
Classic live Dio getting a decent release. Evil Or Divine and Holy Diver Live. The first two releases in the Dio Live series.
Eclectic Californian veteran Rick Shea brings us songs with stories, and some sublime guitar on the Love & Desperation album.
Eleven divine contemplations from Karen Matheson, the Voice of Capercaillie
Ian Jones and Agnieszka Swita are Illuminae. A new project for two musicians who have healthy CVs and a guestlist to die for.
From a burst of Joy grows a thing of great beauty – we review The Cave by Joy Shannon.
Accomplished 60s soul set from Jodie Marie that channels Amy, Aretha and more on her new album, The Answer.
Artist Sheer Zed presents an audio trip through a Thai Lanna Buddhist Sak Yant ritual. Simon Tucker reviews.
Iain Matthews revisits his back catalogue and repolishes some gems on the Fake Tan album from Talking Elephant Records.
If you like your blues raw, brash and dynamic this is the album for you. After winning Best New Blues Band in the 2019 Digital Blues Awards, The Bad Day Blues Band release the explosive, frenetic album Table By The Wall.
Good Woman is an album of heartfelt emotions, experimental vocalisations and music from The Staves, the well-respected British trio of talented sisters.
Norse myth and legend brought vividly to life by the mighty Wardruna on Kvitravn.
Luke Concannon returns with a solo album with an enigmatic title that sways between the emotions
Little Thunderstorms gathers eleven polished gems from KB Bayley – a master tunesmith.
Edinburgh songstress Rosie Nimmo strikes home with ten lessons in life on new album, Where Time Suspends.