Cambridge psych-folkists Fuzzy Lights return after 8-year hiatus with tales of sacrifice, burial and miscarriage
The Tim Bowness contribution to 2021 is a fascinating trip to his formative days. Enough by Plenty sows the seeds for a future generation.
The Holy Family – David J Smith and friends – take us on a swirling psychedelic trip.
We take a look at some of the most recent heavy metal releases from the world of heavy metal. Our round up takes us to Europe and South America.
I’m A Freak baby (vol 3) takes ‘A Further Journey Through The British Heavy Psych And Hard Rock Underground Scene (1968-1973)’
Dear John is a star-studded celebration of John Lennon’s 80th birthday – in aid of the War Child UK charity. It features Maxi Jazz, KT Tunstall and more…
We take a look at a handful of recently released singles from vulpes, Venus Grrrls, TONYB., Morly and Lingua Ignota. They are all unique and wonderful.
A debut album from Katherine Priddy that exemplifies the storytelling qualities of folk music.
Collected works of one of the 70s most interesting and musically able bands – Greenslade.
Faceless Mirror return with a new single to whet the appetite for their forthcoming new album, due later in 2021. Mumma (What A Life) is out now.
That Joe Payne overcomes the odds, fights back against adversity and records a live show in the most challenging of times.
Devin Townsend continues the Devolution Series with Galactic Quarantine; one that follows on from his Acoustic Inclinations and ups the volume count.
The Blackheart Orchestra reassess their library of work in a Julian Lloyd Webber style set of instrumental variations.
The second album by Lunatraktors is another exercise in expecting the unexpected.
Pastimes – an eclectic collection of tunes that inspired the acclaimed alt-country practitioner Dylan LeBlanc.